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Removing Unused CSS in Tailwind with PurgeCSS

When you create new utilities, variants, breakpoints in Tailwind, the file size of your generated CSS bundle can become quite large. Adding PurgeCSS as a build step makes this worry go away and shrinks your CSS down by removing any class that is never used.

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