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Antonio Gallo commented on Antonio Gallo's post almost 3 years

Thank you both!
Seems i can start to migrate my wordpress framework to V6 :)

Antonio Gallo commented on Antonio Gallo's post almost 3 years

1) thanks, i watched the example, so now the navbar no more converts to a responsive menù automatical; do i need to duplicate the items of the menù to render both the navbar and the offcanvas ?

2) thanks, its a nice one but still i'm looking for something more simple and maybe hosted on github;

Antonio Gallo commented on Nick TC's post almost 3 years

indeed, lets stick with v5 meanwhile this "alpha" release get some bugfixing
however the real reason i use foundation is because i'm lazy and i like his offcanvar responsive menù and the sticky things
i'm thinking, after wasting 2 days testing v6, that i could better find a replacement for those 2 functionality and use pure instead :-P

Antonio Gallo commented on Paper9oll's post almost 3 years

same

Antonio Gallo commented on Antonio Gallo's post almost 3 years

I also noticed that form looks awfull in firefox !!!

Antonio Gallo commented on Dario Bilenchi's post almost 3 years

me too

Antonio Gallo commented on Antonio Gallo's post about 3 years

is this the right way to do it?

$(document).ready(function() {

  $( '#haveCodiceFiscale1' ).change(function() {
    $('#codiceFiscale').attr('required','true');
  });

  $( '#nazioneIDTaxNode' ).change(function() {
    var nation = $( '#nazioneIDTaxNode' ).val();
    console.log('nation:',nation);
    if (nation==1) {
      $('#haveCodiceFiscale1').prop('checked', true);
      $('#haveCodiceFiscale2').prop('checked', false);
      $('#comuneNascitaText').attr('required','true');
      $('#codiceFiscale').attr('required','true');
    } else {
      $('#comuneNascitaText').removeAttr('required');
    }
  });

}); 

Antonio Gallo commented on Antonio Gallo's post about 3 years

thanks!!!

Antonio Gallo commented on Antonio Gallo's post about 3 years

Thanks!

I forgot to mention i would prefer to use CSS only.

I don't love to mess with source code of libs i use in production.

Antonio Gallo commented on mario's post over 3 years

Same here.

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  • Foundation 6 Frustrations

    By Paper9oll

    foundation 6

    Hi All, I just started transiting and i find out that foundation 6 does changes a lot as in the _settings.scss no longer features a lot of variables (as ZURB developer says the code-base is now smaller in size) as i previous use the variables in my per... (continued)

    Last Reply by Antonio Gallo almost 3 years ago



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You commented on Antonio Gallo's post almost 3 years

Thank you both!
Seems i can start to migrate my wordpress framework to V6 :)

You commented on Antonio Gallo's post almost 3 years

1) thanks, i watched the example, so now the navbar no more converts to a responsive menù automatical; do i need to duplicate the items of the menù to render both the navbar and the offcanvas ?

2) thanks, its a nice one but still i'm looking for something more simple and maybe hosted on github;

You commented on Nick TC's post almost 3 years

indeed, lets stick with v5 meanwhile this "alpha" release get some bugfixing
however the real reason i use foundation is because i'm lazy and i like his offcanvar responsive menù and the sticky things
i'm thinking, after wasting 2 days testing v6, that i could better find a replacement for those 2 functionality and use pure instead :-P

You commented on Paper9oll's post almost 3 years

same

You commented on Antonio Gallo's post almost 3 years

I also noticed that form looks awfull in firefox !!!

You commented on Dario Bilenchi's post almost 3 years

me too

You commented on Antonio Gallo's post about 3 years

is this the right way to do it?

$(document).ready(function() {

  $( '#haveCodiceFiscale1' ).change(function() {
    $('#codiceFiscale').attr('required','true');
  });

  $( '#nazioneIDTaxNode' ).change(function() {
    var nation = $( '#nazioneIDTaxNode' ).val();
    console.log('nation:',nation);
    if (nation==1) {
      $('#haveCodiceFiscale1').prop('checked', true);
      $('#haveCodiceFiscale2').prop('checked', false);
      $('#comuneNascitaText').attr('required','true');
      $('#codiceFiscale').attr('required','true');
    } else {
      $('#comuneNascitaText').removeAttr('required');
    }
  });

}); 

You commented on Antonio Gallo's post about 3 years

thanks!!!

You commented on Antonio Gallo's post about 3 years

Thanks!

I forgot to mention i would prefer to use CSS only.

I don't love to mess with source code of libs i use in production.

You commented on mario's post over 3 years

Same here.

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