NextJS Tailwind Course Details Page

NextJS Tailwind Course Details Page


Product description

Introducing Tailwind Course Details Page, a comprehensive and user-friendly course details template designed using Tailwind CSS and Material Tailwind.

Are you in need of a professionally designed and highly customizable course details page template, perfect for providing in-depth information about your client’s courses and enhancing the learning experience for their students? Look no further! We are excited to present to you our Free Course Details Page Template, thoughtfully crafted to cater to the needs of educators and online course providers.

This template, built with Tailwind CSS and Material Tailwind, offers effortless customization to align perfectly with your course content and branding. The free course details page template includes essential features such as header, stats section, categories section, content section, and testimonial section.

Download the Git Repository:

Fork mdresch/nextjs-tailwind-course-details-page (

Git Clone the repo to your local machine

Git Clone

cd nextjs-tailwind-course-details-page

npm install

npm run dev - to start a local instance for your Nextjs Tailwind project

Or if you wish to start from empty template:

Learn how to setup and install @material-tailwind/react with Next.js.

First, create a new Next.js project using the command below. When asked if you want to use Tailwind CSS with your project, select "Yes" so that it's automatically installed and set up for you. For more details check the Next.js Official Documentation.

npx create-next-app@latest

If you have an existing Next.js project and need to install Tailwind CSS manually, check the guide in the Tailwind CSS documentation.

Using NPM

Install @material-tailwind/react as a dependency using NPM by running the following command:

npm i @material-tailwind/react

Tailwind CSS Configuration

Once you install @material-tailwind/react, you need to wrap your Tailwind CSS configuration with the withMT() function from @material-tailwind/react/utils in your tailwind.config.js file.

const withMT = require("@material-tailwind/react/utils/withMT"); 

module.exports = withMT({ 

content: ["./pages/**/*.{js,ts,jsx,tsx}"], 

theme: { extend: {}, }, 

plugins: [],


With Next.js 13 App Router and Server Components

If you want to use @material-tailwind/react with the Next.js 13 App Router, you need to make use of the
'use client' directive since many Material Tailwind components can only be rendered on the client side. A simple approach is to re-export or wrap Material Tailwind components in your own components.

"use client";

import { ThemeProvider, Button } from "@material-tailwind/react";

export { ThemeProvider, Button };

Once you've re-exported or wrapped any Material Tailwind components you need, simply point all imports to the new files.

// ❌ invalid - this will not work on the client side
import { Button } from "@material-tailwind/react";

// ✅ valid - this will work on the client side
import { Button } from "path/to/the/new/file";

TailwindCSS Configurations with MonoRepo

If you're using monorepo in your project you need to add the theme and components paths to your tailwind.config.js.

const withMT = require("@material-tailwind/react/utils/withMT");

module.exports = withMT({
  content: [
  theme: {
    extend: {},
  plugins: [],

Theme Provider

@material-tailwind/react comes with a theme provider that sets the default or custom theme/styles for Material Tailwind components. Wrap your entire application with the ThemeProvider component from @material-tailwind/react. The file to add this to depends on your Next.js setup:

With the App Router: app/layout
With the Pages Router: pages/_app

import "/styles/globals.css";

import { ThemeProvider } from "@material-tailwind/react";

export default function MyApp({ Component, pageProps }) {
  return (
      <Component {...pageProps} />


Now you're good to go and use @material-tailwind/react in your project.

import { Button } from "@material-tailwind/react";

export default function Example() {
  return <Button>Button</Button>;

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