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  • Foundation Font/Icons

    By Lemon Pledge

    fontsicons

    Is there any more documentation on configuring this library? The explanation on this page is a bit thin and while I can see that it integrates with the style sheets the matter of physical placement and proper configuration seems limited. http://zurb.co... (continued)

    Last Reply by Lemon Pledge over 4 years ago


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  • 5 Star Ratings

    By Lemon Pledge

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    A nice addition to Foundation would be a rating element that can be stylized and used for capturing ratings on a site. Perhaps different variations on a rating meter (e.g. stars, bars, thumbs-up, etc.).

    Last Reply by Lemon Pledge over 4 years ago



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  • Foundation SCSS

    By Lemon Pledge

    scss

    Foundation uses a root level scss directory and another under bower_components/foundation/scss. What is unclear in the documentation is best practices. Should files be copied to the root level scss folder or referenced using a path to the bower_componen... (continued)

    Last Reply by Lemon Pledge over 4 years ago



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Lemon Pledge commented on Lemon Pledge's post over 4 years

Ok, thanks.

Lemon Pledge commented on Jenny Shoars's post over 4 years

What about Sass?

Would the best approach be to add an import statement to app.css?

@import "../images/ico/foundation-icons";

Rename foundation-icons.css to _foundation-icons.css.

I'm currently working with Dreamweaver and whenever I move anything or rename anything it alerts me to path changes and asks me if I want to fix the dependencies so I'm just concerned about altering things until I have a workflow ironed out for working with this library.

Lemon Pledge commented on Lemon Pledge's post over 4 years

Great, thanks.

Lemon Pledge commented on Lemon Pledge's post over 4 years

This is what app.scss is configured for by default.

@import "settings";
@import "normalize"; // local path or does foundation know how to find it under bower?
@import "foundation";

Normalize.scss and foundation.scss are not local to the root level scss directory by default and under the bower_components directory structure they are not named with underscores. For that reason I'm wondering if foundation has a way to resolve normalize and foundation using the above settings or if the path needs to be changed and the name of the files changed to use underscores. The explanation seems limited in the documentation.

@import "settings";
@import "/bower_components/foundation/scscc/normalize";
@import "/bower_components/foundation/scscc/foundation";

Lemon Pledge commented on Lemon Pledge's post over 4 years

Well, you're right about that. Having no content was simply shrinking the view area to a point where the menu couldn't be seen. There problem should be some mention of that in the documentation so it doesn't confuse anyone. I probably should have turned on borders to see the visible area, but it just hadn't occurred to me to do so.

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You commented on Lemon Pledge's post over 4 years

Ok, thanks.

You commented on Jenny Shoars's post over 4 years

What about Sass?

Would the best approach be to add an import statement to app.css?

@import "../images/ico/foundation-icons";

Rename foundation-icons.css to _foundation-icons.css.

I'm currently working with Dreamweaver and whenever I move anything or rename anything it alerts me to path changes and asks me if I want to fix the dependencies so I'm just concerned about altering things until I have a workflow ironed out for working with this library.

You commented on Lemon Pledge's post over 4 years

Great, thanks.

You commented on Lemon Pledge's post over 4 years

This is what app.scss is configured for by default.

@import "settings";
@import "normalize"; // local path or does foundation know how to find it under bower?
@import "foundation";

Normalize.scss and foundation.scss are not local to the root level scss directory by default and under the bower_components directory structure they are not named with underscores. For that reason I'm wondering if foundation has a way to resolve normalize and foundation using the above settings or if the path needs to be changed and the name of the files changed to use underscores. The explanation seems limited in the documentation.

@import "settings";
@import "/bower_components/foundation/scscc/normalize";
@import "/bower_components/foundation/scscc/foundation";

You commented on Lemon Pledge's post over 4 years

Well, you're right about that. Having no content was simply shrinking the view area to a point where the menu couldn't be seen. There problem should be some mention of that in the documentation so it doesn't confuse anyone. I probably should have turned on borders to see the visible area, but it just hadn't occurred to me to do so.

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