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Brian Tan commented on Brian Tan's post about 1 year

Hi Derek,
I set up a simple gulpfile.js, generate inky htmls with stylesheet "foundation-emails.css" from inky dist folder.
var gulp = require('gulp'),
inky = require('inky'),
inlineCss = require('gulp-inline-css');

gulp.task('default', function() {
return gulp.src('./*.html')
.pipe(inky())
.pipe(inlineCss())
.pipe(gulp.dest('build/'));
});

Run gulp, then just send the htmls in build folder via phpMailer gmail_xoauth api.
Thanks for your help.

Brian Tan commented on Brian Tan's post about 1 year

Thanks for the reply. I'll check it out. I guess I could try to run  gulp from php too.

Brian Tan commented on Benjamin Morel's post over 1 year

Are you using foundation 5?
Did you try opening with JavaScript?
$('#ajax-modal').load('/script1').foundation('reveal', 'open');
$('#ajax-modal').load('/script2').foundation('reveal', 'open');

Brian Tan commented on Benjamin Morel's post over 1 year

Are you using foundation 5?
Did you try opening with JavaScript?
$('#ajax-modal').load('/script1').foundation('reveal', 'open');
$('#ajax-modal').load('/script2').foundation('reveal', 'open');

Brian Tan commented on Petr Holusa's post over 1 year

Try adding novalidate in your form element.
 

Brian Tan commented on Shoaib Iqbal's post over 1 year

Spams overwhelming legit posts during weekends. No moderator on weekend duty?

Brian Tan commented on Shoaib Iqbal's post over 1 year

There should be a "flag spam" feature. Say 3 flags from members and it is marked as spam and removed.

Brian Tan commented on Tim 's post over 1 year

Paste your complete code here please.

Brian Tan commented on Jeremy York's post over 1 year

You can use more comprehensive .ajax syntax or .get or .post  Eg.
 
$.get('modal.php?id=1', function(data) {
$('#termuser').html(data).foundation('open');
});

Brian Tan commented on Joshua Smith's post over 1 year

How about this.
 
src/pages/test.php
---

layout: testlayout

....
src/layouts/testlayout.php
Symlink testlayout.php to testlayout.html (for panini)
I can then vi testlayout.php with php syntax highlight. Similar setup for partials.
when built, src/pages/test.php would be flattened to dist/test.php
Should work with default layout too.

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  • Abide doesn't work with example code

    By Tim

    abide

    To find out how Abide works, I copied the example form and the js code given in http://foundation.zurb.com/sites/docs/abide.html to my webpage. However, on my site the form won't do any validation, so there are no error messages showing up. Do I need... (continued)

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  • Help with passing data to modal

    By Jeremy York

    reveal

    All,   I have this modal setup below that is working perfectly for a static page: //call the modal <a data-open="termuser" class="button">Complete</a> //empty modal div <div id="termuser" class="reveal" data-reveal></div&... (continued)

    Last Reply by Brian Tan over 1 year ago





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  • Change Orbit animation speed v6+

    By Ste Cro

    animation speedobit

    Hi there,   I have recently started using Foundation 6 and have noticed a few changes. This are working great but as far as the documentation is concerned i cannot find a way to change the animation speed (not the pause) of the slides on screen. I... (continued)

    Last Reply by Brian Tan over 1 year ago


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  • Accordion + Ajax

    By Antonio Riccardi

    accordionAJAX

    Hi guys, I need to load accordion structure from an AJAX call. Well I can create it but 'obviously' it doesn't work. I suppose it's beacuse accordion needs to restarted the point I didn't understan how! Sorry for the dumb question,I'm just a beginner!  

    Last Reply by Rafi Benkual about 1 year ago


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You commented on Brian Tan's post about 1 year

Hi Derek,
I set up a simple gulpfile.js, generate inky htmls with stylesheet "foundation-emails.css" from inky dist folder.
var gulp = require('gulp'),
inky = require('inky'),
inlineCss = require('gulp-inline-css');

gulp.task('default', function() {
return gulp.src('./*.html')
.pipe(inky())
.pipe(inlineCss())
.pipe(gulp.dest('build/'));
});

Run gulp, then just send the htmls in build folder via phpMailer gmail_xoauth api.
Thanks for your help.

You commented on Brian Tan's post about 1 year

Thanks for the reply. I'll check it out. I guess I could try to run  gulp from php too.

You commented on Benjamin Morel's post over 1 year

Are you using foundation 5?
Did you try opening with JavaScript?
$('#ajax-modal').load('/script1').foundation('reveal', 'open');
$('#ajax-modal').load('/script2').foundation('reveal', 'open');

You commented on Benjamin Morel's post over 1 year

Are you using foundation 5?
Did you try opening with JavaScript?
$('#ajax-modal').load('/script1').foundation('reveal', 'open');
$('#ajax-modal').load('/script2').foundation('reveal', 'open');

You commented on Petr Holusa's post over 1 year

Try adding novalidate in your form element.
 

You commented on Shoaib Iqbal's post over 1 year

Spams overwhelming legit posts during weekends. No moderator on weekend duty?

You commented on Shoaib Iqbal's post over 1 year

There should be a "flag spam" feature. Say 3 flags from members and it is marked as spam and removed.

You commented on Tim 's post over 1 year

Paste your complete code here please.

You commented on Jeremy York's post over 1 year

You can use more comprehensive .ajax syntax or .get or .post  Eg.
 
$.get('modal.php?id=1', function(data) {
$('#termuser').html(data).foundation('open');
});

You commented on Joshua Smith's post over 1 year

How about this.
 
src/pages/test.php
---

layout: testlayout

....
src/layouts/testlayout.php
Symlink testlayout.php to testlayout.html (for panini)
I can then vi testlayout.php with php syntax highlight. Similar setup for partials.
when built, src/pages/test.php would be flattened to dist/test.php
Should work with default layout too.

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