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#Using npm npm install tailwindcss
#Using Yarn yarn add tailwindcss
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Installing Tailwind CSS can be a slightly different process depending on what other frameworks/tools you're using, so we've put together a bunch of guides that cover popular setups.
For most real-world projects, we recommend installing Tailwind as a PostCSS plugin. Most modern frameworks use PostCSS under the hood already, and there's a good chance you've used or are currently using other PostCSS plugins like autoprefixer. If you've never heard of PostCSS or are wondering how it's different from tools like Sass, read our guide on using PostCSS as your preprocessor for an introduction. If this is a bit over your head and you'd like to try Tailwind without configuring PostCSS, read our instructions on using Tailwind without PostCSS instead.