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Rafi Benkual commented on Jason Kendall's post 20 days

Are you saying the images are not copied over or not compressed?

Rafi Benkual commented on Robert Strauch's post 21 days

 You'll want to look for the menu settings.
Also in CSS, you can do this 
.menu a {
color: #fff;
}

Rafi Benkual commented on Steve Juliusson's post 21 days

 Have a live example we can see to help you more?

Rafi Benkual commented on Kenth Hagström's post 21 days

 I think that has more to do with the specific example. Check out Building Blocks for some better examples: http://foundation.zurb.com/building-blocks/

Rafi Benkual commented on charlyRoot's post 21 days

It's because Foundation does not attach classes to tags whenever possible (which is good). Even though there is no such thing as a cell tag, the browser will treat it as a basic container and Foundation classes style it.
So to show the difference,
Foundation does this:

.cell {
flex: 0 1 33%;
}

and NOT:

div.cell {
flex: 0 1 33%;
}
This means you can do something like 
<footer class="grid-x">

Rafi Benkual commented on Matthew's post 21 days

 There appears to be a data attribute for this: data-multi-open="false", add this the ul

Rafi Benkual commented on Michael Ashfield's post 21 days

 You might be looking for $primary-color

Rafi Benkual commented on Ken Minx's post 21 days

That variable seems to work for me. Can you share an example of what yours looks like?

Rafi Benkual commented on Bill Fleming's post 21 days

Not sure what may cause that but you can do a manual install here: https://github.com/zurb/foundation-zurb-template#manual-setup

Rafi Benkual commented on Bill Fleming's post 21 days

.grid-margin-y will do this.

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  • Sass error

    By Michael Ashfield

    bugSassFoundationhelp

    Sorry if this post seems abit ranty, I have been trying to solve this problem for hours, I just wanted to install Foundation and try a few design experiments. Also heads up, I am new to Foundation. &nbsp; I installed Foundation exactly how it describes... (continued)

    Last Reply by Rafi Benkual 21 days ago





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You commented on Jason Kendall's post 20 days

Are you saying the images are not copied over or not compressed?

You commented on Robert Strauch's post 21 days

 You'll want to look for the menu settings.
Also in CSS, you can do this 
.menu a {
color: #fff;
}

You commented on Steve Juliusson's post 21 days

 Have a live example we can see to help you more?

You commented on Kenth Hagström's post 21 days

 I think that has more to do with the specific example. Check out Building Blocks for some better examples: http://foundation.zurb.com/building-blocks/

You commented on charlyRoot's post 21 days

It's because Foundation does not attach classes to tags whenever possible (which is good). Even though there is no such thing as a cell tag, the browser will treat it as a basic container and Foundation classes style it.
So to show the difference,
Foundation does this:

.cell {
flex: 0 1 33%;
}

and NOT:

div.cell {
flex: 0 1 33%;
}
This means you can do something like 
<footer class="grid-x">

You commented on Matthew's post 21 days

 There appears to be a data attribute for this: data-multi-open="false", add this the ul

You commented on Michael Ashfield's post 21 days

 You might be looking for $primary-color

You commented on Ken Minx's post 21 days

That variable seems to work for me. Can you share an example of what yours looks like?

You commented on Bill Fleming's post 21 days

Not sure what may cause that but you can do a manual install here: https://github.com/zurb/foundation-zurb-template#manual-setup

You commented on Bill Fleming's post 21 days

.grid-margin-y will do this.

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