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guillermo haas-thompson commented on Stefanie's post 15 days

You have a lot of 404 errors in the console indicating your framework components are not loaded, so nothing is going to work. When I paste your image into a working foundation site, it does act responsive. Something is going wrong between your local version and the deploy of your assets.You can always try using the CDN versions: http://foundation.zurb.com/sites/docs/installation.html#cdn-links

guillermo haas-thompson commented on toshfox's post 18 days

<button class="button" type="button" data-toggle="info">Informations Générales</button>

<div class="dropdown-pane top" id="info" data-dropdown data-hover="true" data-hover-pane="true">

<p>BLA BLA BLA BLA</p>

</div>
How about above where you tweak the div class to include top. This seems to work and matches the docs.
 

guillermo haas-thompson commented on Neil Haskins's post 8 months

I would like to second the experience and workaround outlined by Neil. I still have my app loading at the very end per previous instruction. I also noted that when I upgraded to Foundation 6 recently, the default application.html.haml file generated by rails g foundation:install includes the javascript in the head (https://github.com/zurb/foundation-rails/blob/master/lib/generators/foundation/templates/application.html.haml).
Without the fix Neil included, Foundation doesn't load properly. (For example top menu bar completely fails to work properly). Side note, I am not using Turbolinks, but am thinking about turning it on as well.
I think the docs should be updated to be more clear. The docs still say put javascript in the bottom (http://foundation.zurb.com/sites/docs/javascript.html) yet the default generators are putting it at the top.
I've been perfectly happy with the javascript at the end, but am just trying to follow the most current conventions, which seem to be putting it back in the head.

guillermo haas-thompson commented on Nate Daily's post over 1 year

Any news on this front? I still have not been able to make Foundation 6 play nicely with my Rails app via Bower or Yeti app, or custom download. It's quite a messy transition from 5 for an existing app.

guillermo haas-thompson commented on punkstjimmy's post about 3 years

I have used multiple versions of Foundation that co-exist with no problem. Of course, I am using Rails Foundation gem and I use Chruby and Chgems to manage my different site gems. You could also download custom versions of Foundation 3 or 4 and make your customizations directly since the code for those versions isn't updated anymore.

guillermo haas-thompson commented on John French's post over 3 years

This problem is present in both Foundation 4 and 5. Simple fix on this thread allows row height declaration to work again. https://github.com/zurb/foundation/issues/2127

Not sure why the issue was closed since the the textarea height bug still exists.

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You commented on Stefanie's post 15 days

You have a lot of 404 errors in the console indicating your framework components are not loaded, so nothing is going to work. When I paste your image into a working foundation site, it does act responsive. Something is going wrong between your local version and the deploy of your assets.You can always try using the CDN versions: http://foundation.zurb.com/sites/docs/installation.html#cdn-links

You commented on toshfox's post 18 days

<button class="button" type="button" data-toggle="info">Informations Générales</button>

<div class="dropdown-pane top" id="info" data-dropdown data-hover="true" data-hover-pane="true">

<p>BLA BLA BLA BLA</p>

</div>
How about above where you tweak the div class to include top. This seems to work and matches the docs.
 

You commented on Neil Haskins's post 8 months

I would like to second the experience and workaround outlined by Neil. I still have my app loading at the very end per previous instruction. I also noted that when I upgraded to Foundation 6 recently, the default application.html.haml file generated by rails g foundation:install includes the javascript in the head (https://github.com/zurb/foundation-rails/blob/master/lib/generators/foundation/templates/application.html.haml).
Without the fix Neil included, Foundation doesn't load properly. (For example top menu bar completely fails to work properly). Side note, I am not using Turbolinks, but am thinking about turning it on as well.
I think the docs should be updated to be more clear. The docs still say put javascript in the bottom (http://foundation.zurb.com/sites/docs/javascript.html) yet the default generators are putting it at the top.
I've been perfectly happy with the javascript at the end, but am just trying to follow the most current conventions, which seem to be putting it back in the head.

You commented on Nate Daily's post over 1 year

Any news on this front? I still have not been able to make Foundation 6 play nicely with my Rails app via Bower or Yeti app, or custom download. It's quite a messy transition from 5 for an existing app.

You commented on punkstjimmy's post about 3 years

I have used multiple versions of Foundation that co-exist with no problem. Of course, I am using Rails Foundation gem and I use Chruby and Chgems to manage my different site gems. You could also download custom versions of Foundation 3 or 4 and make your customizations directly since the code for those versions isn't updated anymore.

You commented on John French's post over 3 years

This problem is present in both Foundation 4 and 5. Simple fix on this thread allows row height declaration to work again. https://github.com/zurb/foundation/issues/2127

Not sure why the issue was closed since the the textarea height bug still exists.

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