Quick Guide To Tailwind Stroke Width
This article will provide you with an in-depth analysis of Tailwind stroke width classes with examples.
Typically, stroke width is used in combination with SVG images (Scalable Vector Graphics).
Stroke width is used to define the thickness of lines in SVG images, and can be adjusted through CSS properties such as stroke-width.
Using Tailwind, stroke width is a utility class that specifies the width of an SVG stroke.
Tailwind Stroke Width Classes
Tailwind provides a set of classes for stroke width that range from 0 to 2.
The classes are named using the stroke prefix, followed by a number that represents the thickness of an element.
To implement stroke width in Tailwind, we use the following classes:
|stroke-0||Used to set the stroke width of an SVG to 0.|
|stroke-1||This class is used to define the stroke width of an element as 1px.|
|stroke-2||In this case, the stroke width of an element is specified as 2px.|
Using Tailwind stroke width is easy. You can add a stroke width class to an element.
The following example showcases the implementation of the stroke width class in Tailwind:
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