let's say I am using Tailwind CSS (licensed under MIT) in my website by using the npm package "tailwindcss" which on build creates a css file. According to MIT - "The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.".
The css file that is created has a comment on top "/* ! tailwindcss v3.0.23 | MIT License | https://tailwindcss.com */"
Is that sufficient? or do I need to include the whole MIT text or do I need to make a /license page and write about it there "tailwindcss is used in this website, licensed under MIT - full MIT license here"? if not, how do I do it correctly?
I saw some sites like this which seem to use tailwindcss but in the devtool sources only have the top line in the css "tailwindcss v3.0.23 | MIT License | https://tailwindcss.com" is that a violation of the MIT license?