Tailwind v1.7.0 is now released and it includes built-in support for background gradients, new background-clip utilities, new gap utility aliases, and more!
The big feature is back gradients and it will allow you to do things like this:
<div class="bg-gradient-to-r from-orange-400 via-red-500 to-pink-500"> <!-- ... --> </div>
You can combine this new gradient feature with the new background-clip utilities to do things like this:
<h1 class="text-6xl font-bold"> <span class="bg-clip-text text-transparent bg-gradient-to-r from-teal-400 to-blue-500"> Greetings from Tailwind v1.7. </span> </h1>
These are just some of the highlights of the new release and their announcement covers all the new features, deprecations, and new experimental features.Filed in: News / tailwind
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