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Rafi Benkual commented on Lisa Lisa's post 6 days

We'd really need to see the example. Can you paste it into the codepen I linked above, fork it and share the url here?

Rafi Benkual commented on Christian Magill's post 14 days

Looks you have not initialized foundation here.
 
That has to happen first to apply listeners to all the JS components 
 
https://codepen.io/rafibomb/pen/aKmdyx

Rafi Benkual commented on Christian Magill's post 14 days

That looks right - any JS errors? $('#element').foundation('open');

Rafi Benkual commented on Ankur Kiyada's post 14 days

I think they are configured to focus on tab and toggle with enter. I think thats standard but let us know other examples where it isn't

Rafi Benkual commented on Just OnMyOwn's post 21 days

The parent needs to be display flex so you can use the .flex-container class along with the .align-middle class. You can see all the flex helpers here: https://foundation.zurb.com/sites/docs/flexbox-utilities.html

Rafi Benkual commented on Rob Whisonant's post 21 days

It's produced by the Inky compiler and shows the code was compiled. It has no other purpose and can be deleted.

Rafi Benkual commented on Simon Parfitt's post 21 days

What version of node? you can type node -v in the terminal to see. Should be 8.11.1 or older

Rafi Benkual commented on Jamie Brightmore's post 28 days

I think you're looking for the js attribute data-deep-link-smudge

Rafi Benkual commented on TheGabornator's post 28 days

Toggle focus is for inputs. You might have better luck using the regular toggler.

Rafi Benkual commented on Yury Gerasimov's post 29 days

Typically this is done through the templating of your app or CRM.For example, in a Rails app, you load the email template into the app and your custom includes into the HTML that inject the name, order number, etc.You can do this through a json api as well, though i believe it's a less common approach. Something like this http://jsonapi.org/ can allow you to update the json data and have panini inject the content.

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  • Offset when linking to a tab

    By Jamie Brightmore

    taboffset

    How can I offset the header (to account for a fixed top bar menu) when linking to a page with a tab? The example given here suffers the same issue, the tab is hidden behind the top bar:   https://foundation.zurb.com/sites/docs/tabs.html#panel1d &... (continued)

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  • Submenu of different type

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    drilldown

    Hello, I've come across a scenario where I would like to have a submenu nested within another menu, but behave as a different menu type from the parent. In my case I have an accordion menu where each menu item has a submenu and I would like those submenu... (continued)

    Last Reply by Ganesh Sha about 2 months ago


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You commented on Lisa Lisa's post 6 days

We'd really need to see the example. Can you paste it into the codepen I linked above, fork it and share the url here?

You commented on Christian Magill's post 14 days

Looks you have not initialized foundation here.
 
That has to happen first to apply listeners to all the JS components 
 
https://codepen.io/rafibomb/pen/aKmdyx

You commented on Christian Magill's post 14 days

That looks right - any JS errors? $('#element').foundation('open');

You commented on Ankur Kiyada's post 14 days

I think they are configured to focus on tab and toggle with enter. I think thats standard but let us know other examples where it isn't

You commented on Just OnMyOwn's post 21 days

The parent needs to be display flex so you can use the .flex-container class along with the .align-middle class. You can see all the flex helpers here: https://foundation.zurb.com/sites/docs/flexbox-utilities.html

You commented on Rob Whisonant's post 21 days

It's produced by the Inky compiler and shows the code was compiled. It has no other purpose and can be deleted.

You commented on Simon Parfitt's post 21 days

What version of node? you can type node -v in the terminal to see. Should be 8.11.1 or older

You commented on Jamie Brightmore's post 28 days

I think you're looking for the js attribute data-deep-link-smudge

You commented on TheGabornator's post 28 days

Toggle focus is for inputs. You might have better luck using the regular toggler.

You commented on Yury Gerasimov's post 29 days

Typically this is done through the templating of your app or CRM.For example, in a Rails app, you load the email template into the app and your custom includes into the HTML that inject the name, order number, etc.You can do this through a json api as well, though i believe it's a less common approach. Something like this http://jsonapi.org/ can allow you to update the json data and have panini inject the content.

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