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Any interest in a theme based on Tailwind CSS designed for agencies and SOHO ?

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  • #11557
    Avatar photosandrobilbeisi

    Hello , all !

    I am developing a theme based on TailWind CSS and optional Tailwind UI.

    If you are interested, let me know what kind of features you’d like to see from the TailWind ecosystem.

     

    Has a theme switcher also (Dark/Light theme)

    Has basic multilanguage support (AltLink + AltLanguage)

    Has optional support for TailwindUI libraries (the premium ones have to be purchased and installed manually)

    #11577
    Avatar photoJOduMonT

    I`m curious

    #11585
    Avatar photobjazmoore

    I think the more themes the better.  Themes are challenging to create for Publii compared to other systems as they do a lot of heavy lifting for the rendering process.  Thanks for being willing to build a new theme.

    #11591
    Avatar photosandrobilbeisi

    Actually writing themes and plugins for Publii is much easier than for WordPress.

     

    P.S. I stopped using WordPress more than a decade ago because of how unsafe and inefficient it is.

    I even made a few (long-abandoned) plugins and themes for WordPress

    https://wordpress.com/plugins?s=developer%3A%22Sandro+Bilbeisi%22

    I then passed to in-house CMSes made with DartVM and then HuGO (the only feasible alternative to Publii)

    #11646
    Avatar photocandidexmedia

    I prefer the plain CSS Publii devs use and don’t use Tailwind, but I don’t see why not! 🙂

    I think the function, look, and feel are what matters at the end of the day. Many users have been requesting business sites and recipe sites as themes, so that might be a good starting point.

    Are you hoping to charge?

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