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Benjamin Kruger commented on Andre Ortiz's post over 2 years

I've run into the same problem, and not knowing thing one about gulp (I set up a build for HAML in Sublime Text that generates my .html from my .haml files), here's what I decided to:

home.haml:

\---
name: home
url: /
\---
\
.grid-container
  %h1 Welcome

When I build that, I get home.html:

---
name: home
url: /
---

<div class='grid-container'>
  <h1>Welcome</h1>
</div>

Benjamin Kruger commented on Alex Plaza's post almost 3 years

@Mark: I had a similar issue using subnavigation in my off-canvas. Because my first menu was long (and had scroll bars), when choosing a menu item, the sub menu rolled in looking empty; I had to scroll back to the top to see the items. My solution was this:

 $('aside').click( function(e) {
        $(this).scrollTop(0);
    });

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You commented on Andre Ortiz's post over 2 years

I've run into the same problem, and not knowing thing one about gulp (I set up a build for HAML in Sublime Text that generates my .html from my .haml files), here's what I decided to:

home.haml:

\---
name: home
url: /
\---
\
.grid-container
  %h1 Welcome

When I build that, I get home.html:

---
name: home
url: /
---

<div class='grid-container'>
  <h1>Welcome</h1>
</div>

You commented on Alex Plaza's post almost 3 years

@Mark: I had a similar issue using subnavigation in my off-canvas. Because my first menu was long (and had scroll bars), when choosing a menu item, the sub menu rolled in looking empty; I had to scroll back to the top to see the items. My solution was this:

 $('aside').click( function(e) {
        $(this).scrollTop(0);
    });

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