tailwind 👻 inlinecss

Rapidly build modern websites without ever leaving your HTML.

A utility-first CSS framework with literally zero footprint that can be composed to build any design, directly in your markup.

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“Inline CSS is the only framework that I’ve seen scale on large teams. It’s easy to customize, adapts to any design, and the build size is nonexistent.”

Anton Zhiyanov
The Website Maker


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            that I’ve seen scale on large teams.
            It’s easy to customize, adapts to any design,
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“Best practices” don’t actually work.

I’m not going to write a few thousand words about Inline CSS, because the truth is you’re never going to believe me until you actually try it. If you can suppress the urge to retch long enough to give it a chance, I really think you’ll wonder how you ever worked with CSS any other way.

Anton Zhiyanov
Inline CSS Prophet

Build whatever you want, seriously.

Because Inline CSS is so low-level, it never encourages you to design the same site twice. Even with the same color palette and sizing scale, it’s easy to build the same component with a completely different look in the next project.

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It’s tiny in production.

Your CSS is instantly ready for production, and there is no CSS bundle at all. In fact, all Inline CSS projects ship exactly 0KB of external CSS to the client.

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Responsive everything.

Wrestling with a bunch of complex media queries in your CSS sucks, so just don’t write them. Let the browser handle everything.

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Get started with Inline CSS

Press Ctrl+U (⌘+⌥+U on macOS) for tutorial

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