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Diogo Bento commented on Diogo Bento's post 4 months

Seems like a bug. Should anyone be able to go through the code and suggest a fix?

Diogo Bento commented on Diogo Bento's post 5 months

Anyone please?

Diogo Bento commented on Diogo Bento's post about 1 year

Anyone? Please…

Diogo Bento commented on Diogo Bento's post about 1 year

Fixed with
$('#timeline-head').on('sticky.zf.unstuckfrom:bottom', function(){
$(this).css( 'top', '0' );
})
Although still not sure what was causing the previous issue…

Diogo Bento commented on Diogo Bento's post over 1 year

Rafi, thank you very much for your reply and clarification.

I guess I was missing the proper technical name for what I was looking for, that's lightbox!

I will take a look at the plugin suggested.
In the meanwhile I've found other interesting options, like PhotoSwipe or Chocolat.

Cheers!

Diogo Bento commented on Paolo Sax's post about 2 years

I'm also working on a similar idea.

I would suggest setting the $row-width variable under _settings.scss for the xlarge-up screens and adding different max-width styling for the other breakpoints in _custom.scss.

Hope I could help.

Diogo Bento commented on Rafi Benkual's post over 2 years

I ended up using the following media query, which seems to target most hig-res screens:

@media only screen and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 1.3),
  only screen and (-o-min-device-pixel-ratio: 13/10),
  only screen and (min-resolution: 120dpi)
  {
    /* code here */
  }

Courtesy https://gist.github.com/marcedwards/3446599

Diogo Bento commented on Rafi Benkual's post over 2 years

Hi!

I have manually updated the settings sass file with the new Retina media query to use in my custom sass files, but it doesn't seem to be targeting iPad 3. Any obvious reason for this behavior?

Btw: I have noticed that other devices (like mobile phones with 1.5 pixel-ratio screens) greatly benefit from @2x images. Why is it not common practice to target these high-res devices?

Thanks

Diogo Bento commented on Snaphaan's post over 2 years

I make Jacob's words my own.

I also feel the need for a child theme because I want to be able to update FoundationPress whenever an update is available on GitHub.

Any thoughts on this would be highly appreciated.

Kind regards,
Diogo Bento

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You commented on Diogo Bento's post 4 months

Seems like a bug. Should anyone be able to go through the code and suggest a fix?

You commented on Diogo Bento's post 5 months

Anyone please?

You commented on Diogo Bento's post about 1 year

Anyone? Please…

You commented on Diogo Bento's post about 1 year

Fixed with
$('#timeline-head').on('sticky.zf.unstuckfrom:bottom', function(){
$(this).css( 'top', '0' );
})
Although still not sure what was causing the previous issue…

You commented on Diogo Bento's post over 1 year

Rafi, thank you very much for your reply and clarification.

I guess I was missing the proper technical name for what I was looking for, that's lightbox!

I will take a look at the plugin suggested.
In the meanwhile I've found other interesting options, like PhotoSwipe or Chocolat.

Cheers!

You commented on Paolo Sax's post about 2 years

I'm also working on a similar idea.

I would suggest setting the $row-width variable under _settings.scss for the xlarge-up screens and adding different max-width styling for the other breakpoints in _custom.scss.

Hope I could help.

You commented on Rafi Benkual's post over 2 years

I ended up using the following media query, which seems to target most hig-res screens:

@media only screen and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 1.3),
  only screen and (-o-min-device-pixel-ratio: 13/10),
  only screen and (min-resolution: 120dpi)
  {
    /* code here */
  }

Courtesy https://gist.github.com/marcedwards/3446599

You commented on Rafi Benkual's post over 2 years

Hi!

I have manually updated the settings sass file with the new Retina media query to use in my custom sass files, but it doesn't seem to be targeting iPad 3. Any obvious reason for this behavior?

Btw: I have noticed that other devices (like mobile phones with 1.5 pixel-ratio screens) greatly benefit from @2x images. Why is it not common practice to target these high-res devices?

Thanks

You commented on Snaphaan's post over 2 years

I make Jacob's words my own.

I also feel the need for a child theme because I want to be able to update FoundationPress whenever an update is available on GitHub.

Any thoughts on this would be highly appreciated.

Kind regards,
Diogo Bento

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