Building the active indicator
Use groups to style child elements based on an ancestor's pseudostate.
11 lessons · 1:09:04
- 1A taste of Tailwind9:08
- 2Scaffolding a multipanel layout7:47
- 3Making nested panels scrollable4:59
- 4Customizing colors3:32
- 5Adding custom fonts6:44
- 6Building a server selector with SVG5:49
- 7Transitioning rounded corners4:29
- 8Styling active links5:08
- 9Building the active indicator11:23
- 10Eliminating duplication with components10:05
11Building the server headerComing soon
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