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David Sutoyo commented on Ben's post over 4 years

Hi Ben,

You can comment out modules that you are not using in foundation.scss:

https://github.com/zurb/foundation/blob/master/scss/foundation.scss

That is probably the simplest way to reduce CSS output. Is that what you're looking for?

David Sutoyo commented on Hans McMurdy's post over 4 years

Hi Hans,

For a local WordPress environment I would recommend either DesktopServer (http://serverpress.com/products/desktopserver/) or Varying Vagrant Vagrants (http://tangrufus.com/start-wordpress-development-varying-vagrant-vagrants/). VVV is more command line intensive, so if I were you I'd download a trial version of DesktopServer first and try that out. It's pretty easy to set up.

If you want a starter theme to work off of, I'd recommend _s (http://underscores.me/).

If you want a starter theme that uses Foundation, I'd recommend either FoundationPress (http://foundationpress.olefredrik.com/) or my own Hybrid Foundation (https://github.com/dsutoyo/hybrid-foundation)

David Sutoyo commented on Carol's post over 4 years

Hi Carol,

The only thing I can think of right now is that the file permissions aren't set correctly. You might want to contact your host to see if they can help you with that.

David Sutoyo commented on Carol's post over 4 years

Hi Sam,

In Carol's case, jQuery and Modernizr most likely wasn't in the directory she called. For example, you would call jQuery with something like this:

<script src="path/to/your/jquery.js"></script>

So then you should make sure jQuery is actually in that folder. It would help to see your test site/page.

David Sutoyo commented on Carol's post over 4 years

Hi Carol,

Is the sample page at: http://www.fairfieldcountynetworking.org/sample.php?

It looks like jQuery and Modernizr aren't loaded. That might be why stuff isn't working.

David Sutoyo commented on Jeff Clemens's post over 4 years

You can get the different releases here:

https://github.com/zurb/foundation/releases

David Sutoyo commented on Michael's post over 4 years

You would need to load jQuery 1.10.1 with no-conflict mode to avoid overwriting 2.1.1, but in my experience using just 1.10.1 works with most of F5's components. For my WordPress work, I just use the jQuery bundled with WordPress (which is 1.11.1), and I don't load the file bundled with Foundation.

I created a page to test different versions of jQuery against Foundation's Kitchen sink:

http://davidsutoyo.com/labs/foundation-tests/

Hope this helps.

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You commented on Ben's post over 4 years

Hi Ben,

You can comment out modules that you are not using in foundation.scss:

https://github.com/zurb/foundation/blob/master/scss/foundation.scss

That is probably the simplest way to reduce CSS output. Is that what you're looking for?

You commented on Hans McMurdy's post over 4 years

Hi Hans,

For a local WordPress environment I would recommend either DesktopServer (http://serverpress.com/products/desktopserver/) or Varying Vagrant Vagrants (http://tangrufus.com/start-wordpress-development-varying-vagrant-vagrants/). VVV is more command line intensive, so if I were you I'd download a trial version of DesktopServer first and try that out. It's pretty easy to set up.

If you want a starter theme to work off of, I'd recommend _s (http://underscores.me/).

If you want a starter theme that uses Foundation, I'd recommend either FoundationPress (http://foundationpress.olefredrik.com/) or my own Hybrid Foundation (https://github.com/dsutoyo/hybrid-foundation)

You commented on Carol's post over 4 years

Hi Carol,

The only thing I can think of right now is that the file permissions aren't set correctly. You might want to contact your host to see if they can help you with that.

You commented on Carol's post over 4 years

Hi Sam,

In Carol's case, jQuery and Modernizr most likely wasn't in the directory she called. For example, you would call jQuery with something like this:

<script src="path/to/your/jquery.js"></script>

So then you should make sure jQuery is actually in that folder. It would help to see your test site/page.

You commented on Carol's post over 4 years

Hi Carol,

Is the sample page at: http://www.fairfieldcountynetworking.org/sample.php?

It looks like jQuery and Modernizr aren't loaded. That might be why stuff isn't working.

You commented on Jeff Clemens's post over 4 years

You can get the different releases here:

https://github.com/zurb/foundation/releases

You commented on Michael's post over 4 years

You would need to load jQuery 1.10.1 with no-conflict mode to avoid overwriting 2.1.1, but in my experience using just 1.10.1 works with most of F5's components. For my WordPress work, I just use the jQuery bundled with WordPress (which is 1.11.1), and I don't load the file bundled with Foundation.

I created a page to test different versions of jQuery against Foundation's Kitchen sink:

http://davidsutoyo.com/labs/foundation-tests/

Hope this helps.

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