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Rafi Benkual commented on Smiley's post 3 days

Sounds like it should work. Can you post a codepen example to help you more?

Rafi Benkual commented on George Benthien's post 3 days

You should use a > selector to only affect the direct childrenExample: https://codepen.io/rafibomb/pen/wZyOxL

Rafi Benkual commented on Melissa LaFave's post 2 months

Using a <button> tag in a form is typically reserved for submitting a form. You might use prevent default in a normal situation.The easy fix is to use an <a> tag:https://codepen.io/rafibomb/pen/YBEZpQ

Rafi Benkual commented on Rien Kok's post 3 months

Alex - Really great solution! This may be good for you and other to add to your project if you need this kind of "functional" CSS. Thanks for posting it!Foundation needs to stay relatively lighter weight if possible and adding more grid classes may not be the way forward. I tend to not use alignment classes as much because it clutters up the HTML, sometimes is not contextual or descriptive, and requires others to learn more classes. That's just my opinion.
Having said that, you can certainly propose any feature on GitHub.

Rafi Benkual commented on Robert Coalter's post 3 months

This is the right component? https://foundation.zurb.com/building-blocks/blocks/expand-column.html
You'll need to convert the old grid to the new grid.
So something like this:
https://codepen.io/rafibomb/pen/RvGqgb?editors=1100

Rafi Benkual commented on Robert Coalter's post 3 months

The example may be using the older flex grid. You can change the classes to the XY grid and it should work the same.

Rafi Benkual commented on YH's post 4 months

You can find the classes here, including speed and delay classes https://github.com/zurb/motion-ui/blob/develop/docs/classes.md

Rafi Benkual commented on Tonu Mikk's post 4 months

The link above shows you how to host the code on GitHub pages. Any other provider works much the same way. The HTML and CSS in the dist folder are compiled assets. They can be loaded as a zip file to your provider.

Rafi Benkual commented on Tonu Mikk's post 5 months
Rafi Benkual commented on George Benthien's post 5 months

Have you tried with just the page name?

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You commented on Smiley's post 3 days

Sounds like it should work. Can you post a codepen example to help you more?

You commented on George Benthien's post 3 days

You should use a > selector to only affect the direct childrenExample: https://codepen.io/rafibomb/pen/wZyOxL

You commented on Melissa LaFave's post 2 months

Using a <button> tag in a form is typically reserved for submitting a form. You might use prevent default in a normal situation.The easy fix is to use an <a> tag:https://codepen.io/rafibomb/pen/YBEZpQ

You commented on Rien Kok's post 3 months

Alex - Really great solution! This may be good for you and other to add to your project if you need this kind of "functional" CSS. Thanks for posting it!Foundation needs to stay relatively lighter weight if possible and adding more grid classes may not be the way forward. I tend to not use alignment classes as much because it clutters up the HTML, sometimes is not contextual or descriptive, and requires others to learn more classes. That's just my opinion.
Having said that, you can certainly propose any feature on GitHub.

You commented on Robert Coalter's post 3 months

This is the right component? https://foundation.zurb.com/building-blocks/blocks/expand-column.html
You'll need to convert the old grid to the new grid.
So something like this:
https://codepen.io/rafibomb/pen/RvGqgb?editors=1100

You commented on Robert Coalter's post 3 months

The example may be using the older flex grid. You can change the classes to the XY grid and it should work the same.

You commented on YH's post 4 months

You can find the classes here, including speed and delay classes https://github.com/zurb/motion-ui/blob/develop/docs/classes.md

You commented on Tonu Mikk's post 4 months

The link above shows you how to host the code on GitHub pages. Any other provider works much the same way. The HTML and CSS in the dist folder are compiled assets. They can be loaded as a zip file to your provider.

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You commented on George Benthien's post 5 months

Have you tried with just the page name?

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