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Before you start, you'll need to have the Tailwind CSS framework installed in your project. If you're new to Tailwind, make sure to check out our previous tutorials for a comprehensive guide on how to get started.
Once you've installed Tailwind CSS, run the following command in your terminal to watch for any changes in your
This will actively compile your CSS files into an
output.css file within the
To set the stage, let's create a light grey background. You can do this easily with the
Next, you'll build a card to house your login form. Aim for a clean, rounded design with a white background and a drop shadow. We'll set the width at 450px and let the height adjust automatically. The Tailwind CSS code for the card will look like this:
Remember to add
flex justify-center items-center h-screen to your body element to center this card on the screen.
For the username, you'll need a label and an input element. Add appropriate padding and a bold label. Make sure the input field stretches across the entire width of the card:
Follow the same pattern for the password input field, setting the input type to
For an elegant touch, let's create a beautiful blue button that changes shade when hovered over. With Tailwind CSS, you can achieve this like so:
Here's how the validation script would look:
Here's the entire code snippet that combines all the elements:
Tailwind CSS provides a streamlined approach for crafting visually appealing and functional user interfaces. We’ve explored how to create a beautiful login form complete with user-friendly, real-time form validation. Feel free to use this template as a starting point and further customize it to match your specific needs. Happy coding!