Frequent questions & answers

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Everyday answers

Can I use Unwrapped for client projects?

Aye! You can do so, what you are not allowed is using it to create derivative competing products.

What version of Tailwind is Unwrapped made?

The components are built for Tailwind CSS v2.0 and Tailwind CSS v3.0.

Can I use Unwrapped for open source projects?

Of course, but only if this is a website and not a derivative component library, theme builder, or other product where the primary purpose is clearly to bundle and/or redistribute Unwrapped.

Can I sell templates/themes that I made with Unwrapped?

Absolutely not. You can't to create derivative products like themes, UI kits, page builders, or anything else where you supplying the resources for someone else to use to build their own website.

Can I use Unwrapped for my the commercial projects that I work on?

Sure you can. The license allows you to build as many of your own projects as you want and need, no matter if this are public websites or SaaS applications.

What does "free updates" include?

I keep adding new wireframes so all of them become free for existing customers.

What does your refund policy?

If you’re not satisfied, please contact me and describe the refund reason. Once I receive your refund request, I will inspect it and notify you about the decision. Usually, I can’t make a refund because the product is digital. But I am responsible for the quality of the products and provide a refund if you’re not satisfied with it. The return right applies to all products presented on the website.

Do you offer a team license?

I do not offer a team license right now but you can contact me and I can see what I can do.

Are you using any js framework?

No. The kit is built with vainilla HTML no more than that.

Useful answers

Do I need to know HTML and CSS?

To make the UI Kit feel yours, you need to know the fundamentals of HTML, CSS and plain Tailwind CSS. It is important to understand the differences between these three, the syntax of each language, and some common terminology to be able to edit the code. There are numerous resources on the internet that will assist you if you need help with HTML, CSS and Tailwind CSS, etc. Nevertheless, there are some specific online sources that will provide plenty of assistances. Here is a small list:

What should I use to work with the code?

There are a number of code editors available.. If you use a PC, Notepad is available with your operating system, and for Mac users, TextEdit comes pre-installed. However, a proper code editor will help tremendously.

Which browsers are supported?

The prototiping UI Kit have been tested in the most recent stable versions of: