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Francois Brill
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Mar 18, 2022 ⋅ 6 min read

Applying dynamic styles with Tailwind CSS

Francois Brill I’m a designer, frontend developer, and product thinker that loves making things.

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25 Replies to "Applying dynamic styles with Tailwind CSS"

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  2. Looks like this is exactly what I need. Already spent 4 hours without success. Stumbled upon this article just before I complicate things. I will try this. Thank you do much.

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  4. All good in above article, But I think this is completely for the advanced level. No, newbies will be able to perform this. And also there are lots of other plugins or codes are available. But according to my suggestion, awesome article is this.

  5. Thank you! This helps a lot. I would like to suggest that instead of writing an if-then function matching the opacityValue, you can just define the default opacityValue as 1 by adding :root {–tw-bg-opacity: 1;}. That way, you can just skip the “with opacity” function and just define everything as RGBA. Take it with a grain of salt tho, coz this may have some cons (haven’t really researched) but I think overall it would be a neater alternative.

  6. Have anyone gotten this to work in next 13 with app routes?
    I tried to update a website to use the app routes which is getting theme colors in this way from a CMS system. However, I am unable to pass the props to the global styles.

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