Modals Made Easy With Tailwind CSS
Creating Modals with Tailwind CSS
Start by creating the basic structure of your modal using the <details> and <summary> elements. The <details> element acts as a container for your modal, while the <summary> element serves as the trigger or button to open and close the modal.
Tailwind CSS makes styling a breeze with its utility classes. You can customize the appearance of your modal by adding Tailwind classes to the <summary> and modal content. In addition, the Tailwind CSS “open” modifier can let you conditionally add styles when a <details> or <dialog> element is in an open state.