Tailwind Divide Style – A Comprehensive Guide
In this article, we will discuss the Tailwind Divide Style property, how to use it, and how it can help you create visually appealing web interfaces.
Tailwind divide style allow you to add a dividing line or border between child elements of a container.
By default, dividers have a solid line style, but with Tailwind Divide Style, you can customize the divider/border style to achieve a more subtle or dramatic effect.
This class accepts a great deal of value by exposing all of the properties in a class form.
The syntax for using the Divide Style utility is very simple.
To create a divider with a particular style, you simply have to add the “divide-style” class followed by a value that defines the style of the divider.
To add a divider with a dotted line style, you would use the following code:
Tailwind Divide Style Classes
|divide-solid||This class represents the divider using a solid line.|
|divide-dashed||A dashed line is used to represent the divider.|
|divide-dotted||The divider is represented using a dotted line.|
|divide-double||Two parallel lines are used to represent the divider.|
|divide-none||This class removes the dividers from an element.|
The following example utilizes the divide-solid, divide-dashed and divide-double classes in Tailwind CSS:
The example we’re about to see will demonstrate the use of divide-dotted and divide-none classes in Tailwind CSS: