Commonly asked questions
What are these components?
Components in UIComet are micro-UI elements that can be copied-and-pasted into your existing UI's. It brings fresh UI trends, sleak and minimal designs to life.
How do I use them?Open the individual component page and select the "Show Code" option. You will be show the HTML structure of the component. You can copy it manually or use the "Copy code" button.
Are there any pre-requisites?
All components as of now use the features from Tailwind version 2. And so you will need to install v2.x.x of tailwind to be able to render the components as displayed in the site.
Do I need a license?
You are free to use any of the components in personal or enterprise projects as you wish.
Why are these components provided for free?
Because I love designing/structuring UI's with HTML.
If you want to thank me, consider buying me a coffee. ( BuyMeACoffee )
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