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Sergej Lotz commented on Greg's post over 5 years

Just set the img as 'background-image: url(http://placehold.it/350x150);' using css on the div with the class 'row labelrow yourimageone'.

Sergej Lotz commented on Pierre MARTIN's post over 5 years

I checked your example on foundation 4.3.2 – same result on safari

Sergej Lotz commented on Jay Dcoder's post over 5 years

Here is some information on it, start with "_settings.scss add (after // Grid)" paragraph:

http://docs.trollweb.no/display/polarthemes/Removing+responsiveness

Sergej Lotz commented on Pierre MARTIN's post over 5 years

Just checked it on Safari 6.1.1 on macos 10.8.5 and got the same broken result, seems to be a Safari bug.

Sergej Lotz commented on Pierre MARTIN's post over 5 years

Just tested this markup and css with foundation 5, it looks all right, no space between.
Seems to be browser/system problem, which combination are you using?

Sergej Lotz commented on Nikkitune's post over 5 years

Hi, you just need to compile the foundation sass files into css and the page will work.

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You commented on Greg's post over 5 years

Just set the img as 'background-image: url(http://placehold.it/350x150);' using css on the div with the class 'row labelrow yourimageone'.

You commented on Pierre MARTIN's post over 5 years

I checked your example on foundation 4.3.2 – same result on safari

You commented on Jay Dcoder's post over 5 years

Here is some information on it, start with "_settings.scss add (after // Grid)" paragraph:

http://docs.trollweb.no/display/polarthemes/Removing+responsiveness

You commented on Pierre MARTIN's post over 5 years

Just checked it on Safari 6.1.1 on macos 10.8.5 and got the same broken result, seems to be a Safari bug.

You commented on Pierre MARTIN's post over 5 years

Just tested this markup and css with foundation 5, it looks all right, no space between.
Seems to be browser/system problem, which combination are you using?

You commented on Nikkitune's post over 5 years

Hi, you just need to compile the foundation sass files into css and the page will work.

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