First off, we at PageSection also provide HTML templates that users can edit online (within a web browser) and download later. The templates are free to use for any commercial or personal projects. But for this blog post, let us cover some other websites that provide HTML templates and snippets built with Tailwind CSS. According to the official website;
A utility-first CSS framework packed with classes like flex, pt-4, text-center and rotate-90 that can be composed to build any design, directly in your markup. Utility classes help you work within the constraints of a system instead of littering your stylesheets with arbitrary values. They make it easy to be consistent with color choices, spacing, typography, shadows, and everything else that makes up a well-engineered design system. Because Tailwind 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.
Tailwind is (currently) one of the most popular CSS frameworks in website development, and as such, has a huge community of creators across the internet. Below are some of the valuable online sources that provide HTML templates designed using Tailwind CSS.
This site contains the official Tailwind CSS templates provided by the creators of Tailwind CSS itself. It's important to note that this website provides both free and premium (paid) templates, but you should not distribute any of the code/templates without reading the license. You should also not use the templates to create a competing service.
A screenshot of the TailwindUI website
An inspiration to the HTML templates service we provide, Tailwind Toolbox is maintained by a solo developer who provides and also lists free open-source (MIT licensed) Tailwind CSS templates. This website is one of the leading inspirations behind our templates service, this is because it generates a lot of organic traffic some of which ends up on PageSection due to our editable Tailwind CSS templates link being featured on the starter-components section.
A screenshot of the Tailwind Toolbox website
Another project maintained by a solo developer, also available on GitHub. This website (web-app actually) lets users scroll through a side-bar list of Tailwind CSS snippets, and select the snippet code or color scheme to copy-paste and use elsewhere. All snippets provided on this website are free to use.
A screenshot of the Tailblocks website
Maintained by two developers on GitHub, MerakiUI provides custom made free (and possibly premium/paid) Tailwind CSS templates and snippets. This is a fun alternative to users who cannot afford TailwindUI's premium license.
A screenshot of the MerakiUI website
This is a community-sourced collection of Tailwind CSS templates, of which we also participated by contributing some of our Tailwind snippets like this one for example.
A screenshot of the TailwindComponents website
We provide content-editable HTML templates and snippets for Tailwind CSS and many other frameworks. Using editable HTML templates allows users to save time creating HTML markup and content for web projects. For more information about our services, visit the homepage.
Check out the sample live-demo embedded in the iframe below. Click on any text to start editing the webpage content, or sign-up to save and download the template as a zip file.
Remember, users can upload any HTML template to PageSection and view or edit using our services. Simply follow the steps provided in the tutorial below and get started. But if you prefer using already-made (pre-existing) sample HTML templates, feel free to visit our templates page and select any category of your choice.
Get HTML Project
This could be a website for a client, or for personal use. Get the necessary project files of the website to upload
Create Zip File
Put the website (project) files in a single zipped (.zip) file, include an
index.html at the "top" and not within another folder
Upload Zip File
Upload the zip file using our service to create a project and receive a link. Later you can edit or delete the project
Receive Web Link
After any successful project upload, you will receive a web URL link which can be used to visit or share the website