[#Script #Coding] Best VS Code Extension for Tailwind CSS

Best VS Code Extension for Tailwind CSS

By codeSTACKr
Published: Jan 06, 2023

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Just like the built-in feature of VS Code that lets you fold lines of code. The Inline Fold extension lets you fold code… well, Inline.

Let’s look at a couple of use cases:
– I love using Tailwind CSS! But a lot of developers hate how cluttered it makes your markup look.
– Just install the Inline fold extension and you’re markup will look clean again.
– From the command palette, use the “Inline fold: Toggle” command to fold and unfold your class names.
– Alternatively, just move your cursor to those lines and it will automatically unfold so that you can easily edit them.
– Another use case is when you have SVG’s in your markup.
– You’ll have to go into your settings and change the Regex match statement.
– After that, all of the SVG’s in your markup will be folded, giving you a much cleaner experience.

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