I've heard the line...
I'm moving to Tailwind CSS but it's been difficult as it breaks Bootstrap
At least three times, which is not a lot, but when the solution is a single line of code, it feels like a lot.
But what is the mighty line? You ask.
Now classes like
flex will be
tw-flex and if you don't like
tw- then don't use it. You can set the prefix to anything you want, even
Sometimes you will still face issues, this is most likely due to the Tailwind CSS and Bootstrap normalize CSS conflicting. You can solve this by disabling one.
I usually disable the Tailwind CSS normalize as I want to keep the styles as close to the Bootstrap implementation while moving over.
I know that's a little backwards, but you have to keep the clients happy!
It's as easy as a comment to disable the Tailwind CSS normalize.
/* @tailwind base; */
You can read more about prefix on the Tailwind CSS website.