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Beginners Guide: Create A Notification Pop With Tailwind CSS

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What is Tailwind CSS?

Tailwind CSS is a utility-first CSS framework that focuses on creating personalized user interfaces quickly. It can gives you all the building blocks you are able to create personalized designs without having to fight to override irritating opinionated styles. Also, Tailwind CSS is a highly configurable, low-level CSS framework.

The description of Notification pop ui component

Simple notification pop you can used without a photo

Why use Tailwind CSS to create a Notification pop ui component?

  • It can make the building process of Notification pop ui component faster and more easily.
  • Enables building complex responsive layouts and components freely.
  • Minimum lines of CSS code in Notification pop component file.

The preview of Notification pop ui component

Free download of the Notification pop's source code

The source code of Notification pop ui component

<div class="flex max-w-md bg-white shadow-lg rounded-lg overflow-hidden">
  <div class="w-2 bg-gray-800"></div>
  <div class="flex items-center px-2 py-3">
    <img class="w-12 h-12 object-cover rounded-full" src="https://images.unsplash.com/photo-1477118476589-bff2c5c4cfbb?ixlib=rb-1.2.1&ixid=eyJhcHBfaWQiOjEyMDd9&auto=format&fit=crop&w=500&q=60">
    <div class="mx-3">
      <h2 class="text-xl font-semibold text-gray-800">Hello john</h2>
      <p class="text-gray-600">Sara was replied on the <a href="#" class="text-blue-500">Upload Image</a>.</p>
    </div>
  </div>
</div>

How to create a Notification pop with Tailwind CSS?

Install tailwind css of verion 1.2.0

Use the link html tag to import the stylesheet of Tailwind CSS of the version 1.2.0

<link href=https://unpkg.com/[email protected]/dist/tailwind.min.css rel="stylesheet">

All the unility class needed to create a Notification pop component

  • flex
  • max-w-md
  • bg-white
  • overflow-hidden
  • w-2
  • bg-gray-800
  • px-2
  • py-3
  • w-12
  • h-12
  • mx-3
  • text-xl
  • text-gray-800
  • text-gray-600
  • text-blue-500

15 steps to create a Notification pop component with Tailwind CSS

  1. Use flex to create a block-level flex container.

  2. Set the maximum width/height of an element using the max-w-md utilities.

  3. Control the background color of an element to white using the bg-white utilities.

  4. Use overflow-hidden to clip any content within an element that overflows the bounds of that element.

  5. Use w-2 to set an element to a fixed width(0.5rem).

  6. Control the background color of an element to gray-800 using the bg-gray-800 utilities.

  7. Control the horizontal padding of an element to 0.5rem using the px-2 utilities.

  8. Control the vertical padding of an element to 0.75rem using the py-3 utilities.

  9. Use w-12 to set an element to a fixed width(3rem).

  10. Use h-12 to set an element to a fixed height(3rem).

  11. Control the horizontal margin of an element to 0.75rem using the mx-3 utilities.

  12. Control the text color of an element to xl using the text-xl utilities.

  13. Control the text color of an element to gray-800 using the text-gray-800 utilities.

  14. Control the text color of an element to gray-600 using the text-gray-600 utilities.

  15. Control the text color of an element to blue-500 using the text-blue-500 utilities.

Conclusion

The above is a step-by-step tutorial on how to use Tailwind CSS to create a Notification pop components, learn and follow along to implement your own components.