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Marko A commented on Marek Simko's post over 2 years

I agree explanations are unclear.
What is this exports business exactly?
 
Foundation 5 has this piece of code:
 
@include exports("form") {
@if $include-html-form-classes {
/* Standard Forms */
form { margin: 0 0 $form-spacing; }
...
}
}
 
I imagined that I could do this in Foundation 5:
#pswpsettingsdropdown {
form {
@include form;
}
}

But I get Error: no mixin named form.

Marko A commented on Jason Franco's post almost 4 years

Unless your site is slow don't bother with this. It's not worth human time.

Modern browsers support HTTP2 and NGINX will soon have official support for HTTP2 (now it's experimental) and stuff like spriting your icons to save http requests etc will become obsolete.
It's not going to be all about saving HTTP requests anymore.

Marko A commented on Björnstjerne Tiedemann's post almost 4 years

Interesting question. The way I do it now is write scss in my own file which overrides default scss because it comes after foundation scss. This does create duplicate rules but makes my life easier.

Marko A commented on Marko A's post almost 4 years

Yes

Marko A commented on COLABORATI's post almost 4 years

Not directly related, but how did you take that screenshot?

Work for me on Chromium Version 44.0.2403.89 Built on Ubuntu 14.04, running on LinuxMint 17.2 (64-bit)

Marko A commented on Steven 's post almost 4 years

Maybe it's a permissions problem? Windows is a fascist OS.

Why are you working in 2 different environments? Why not just do windows or just linux?

I am not sure if I understand your problem.
1) When you work inside unshared folder in linux, you are fine
2) When you work inside shared folder you are not

Then just work inside normal (unshared) folder and when copying from windows to linux copy into some transit shared folder and from there using ubuntu you copy stuff from shared folder into your working folder.

Marko A commented on Viktor Vaklinov's post almost 4 years

1) Does Google interpret accordion contents, which are not expanded and thus not visible on the page, as hidden text? By hidden text I am referring to this https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/66353?hl=en
If you read your link you'll see that they are talking about "Hiding text or links in your content to manipulate Google’s search rankings can be seen as deceptive".

Keywords here are deceptive and manipulate google. Accordian does neither of those things so you are fine. Accordian and tabs are just a way to present information to users in small digestible bits. Nothing is really hidden, everything is accessible with click of a button.

2) Are accordion contents, which are not expanded, indexable by Google?
Yes html is there.

Are accordion contents regarded as less important by Google simply because they are not displayed on the page?

3) ...
Having relevant content above the fold is important, so don't put most important content hidden somewhere in 2nd or 3rd tab or accordion.

More info here:
http://searchengineland.com/google-updates-page-layout-algorithm-go-sites-top-heavy-ads-183929

Marko A commented on Wesley Picotte's post almost 4 years

IMO this shouldn't be something to do by hand for every project. It's just not worth human time to do that.

You can let uncss remove unused css.
https://github.com/giakki/uncss

I think this will be added to grunt in foundation 6. Or gulp, whatever they will use.

Marko A commented on Cyril Kemalov's post almost 4 years

I am not trying to be a dick, but these types of messages are solved by googling the error message in 90% of the time.

Google: Incompatible units: 'rem' and 'px'.

Solution is in first result.
https://github.com/zurb/foundation/issues/6122

Marko A commented on darien's post about 4 years

http://foundation.zurb.com/docs/sass.html

You must do sass install and then just change this line:
// $topbar-bg-color: $oil;

to this:
$topbar-bg-color: transparent;

Have you tried that?

If none of these menus are going to be having dropdowns you can just style them yourself pretty easily (not using topbar). What about phones/tablets? I don't see this layout working on phones.

If you are on linux mint 17.1 or newer you can follow my tutorial for sass install:
http://foundation.zurb.com/forum/posts/23433-tutorial-how-to-install-foundation-5-on-linux-mint-171

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You commented on Marek Simko's post over 2 years

I agree explanations are unclear.
What is this exports business exactly?
 
Foundation 5 has this piece of code:
 
@include exports("form") {
@if $include-html-form-classes {
/* Standard Forms */
form { margin: 0 0 $form-spacing; }
...
}
}
 
I imagined that I could do this in Foundation 5:
#pswpsettingsdropdown {
form {
@include form;
}
}

But I get Error: no mixin named form.

You commented on Jason Franco's post almost 4 years

Unless your site is slow don't bother with this. It's not worth human time.

Modern browsers support HTTP2 and NGINX will soon have official support for HTTP2 (now it's experimental) and stuff like spriting your icons to save http requests etc will become obsolete.
It's not going to be all about saving HTTP requests anymore.

You commented on Björnstjerne Tiedemann's post almost 4 years

Interesting question. The way I do it now is write scss in my own file which overrides default scss because it comes after foundation scss. This does create duplicate rules but makes my life easier.

You commented on Marko A's post almost 4 years

Yes

You commented on COLABORATI's post almost 4 years

Not directly related, but how did you take that screenshot?

Work for me on Chromium Version 44.0.2403.89 Built on Ubuntu 14.04, running on LinuxMint 17.2 (64-bit)

You commented on Steven 's post almost 4 years

Maybe it's a permissions problem? Windows is a fascist OS.

Why are you working in 2 different environments? Why not just do windows or just linux?

I am not sure if I understand your problem.
1) When you work inside unshared folder in linux, you are fine
2) When you work inside shared folder you are not

Then just work inside normal (unshared) folder and when copying from windows to linux copy into some transit shared folder and from there using ubuntu you copy stuff from shared folder into your working folder.

You commented on Viktor Vaklinov's post almost 4 years

1) Does Google interpret accordion contents, which are not expanded and thus not visible on the page, as hidden text? By hidden text I am referring to this https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/66353?hl=en
If you read your link you'll see that they are talking about "Hiding text or links in your content to manipulate Google’s search rankings can be seen as deceptive".

Keywords here are deceptive and manipulate google. Accordian does neither of those things so you are fine. Accordian and tabs are just a way to present information to users in small digestible bits. Nothing is really hidden, everything is accessible with click of a button.

2) Are accordion contents, which are not expanded, indexable by Google?
Yes html is there.

Are accordion contents regarded as less important by Google simply because they are not displayed on the page?

3) ...
Having relevant content above the fold is important, so don't put most important content hidden somewhere in 2nd or 3rd tab or accordion.

More info here:
http://searchengineland.com/google-updates-page-layout-algorithm-go-sites-top-heavy-ads-183929

You commented on Wesley Picotte's post almost 4 years

IMO this shouldn't be something to do by hand for every project. It's just not worth human time to do that.

You can let uncss remove unused css.
https://github.com/giakki/uncss

I think this will be added to grunt in foundation 6. Or gulp, whatever they will use.

You commented on Cyril Kemalov's post almost 4 years

I am not trying to be a dick, but these types of messages are solved by googling the error message in 90% of the time.

Google: Incompatible units: 'rem' and 'px'.

Solution is in first result.
https://github.com/zurb/foundation/issues/6122

You commented on darien's post about 4 years

http://foundation.zurb.com/docs/sass.html

You must do sass install and then just change this line:
// $topbar-bg-color: $oil;

to this:
$topbar-bg-color: transparent;

Have you tried that?

If none of these menus are going to be having dropdowns you can just style them yourself pretty easily (not using topbar). What about phones/tablets? I don't see this layout working on phones.

If you are on linux mint 17.1 or newer you can follow my tutorial for sass install:
http://foundation.zurb.com/forum/posts/23433-tutorial-how-to-install-foundation-5-on-linux-mint-171

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