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  • ZF 6 Callouts

    By Val Ery

    Callout

    Hi All! Quote: "Callouts combine panels and alerts from Foundation 5 into one generic container component." (http://foundation.zurb.com/sites/docs/callout.html) Now I'm trying to create a theme based on the foundation for sites 6 for my favorite CMS... (continued)

    Last Reply by Val Ery almost 2 years ago


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Val Ery commented on Matthew Meaklim's post 4 days

Hi Matthew!
Initial data: remote server, Zurb template + text editor.Yes it is possible.Since you need to run some commands that are run from the command line, try PuTTY (Windows + Unix) or KiTTY (Windows only). For Linux and Mac there are built-in ssh-clients.
1. Launch PuTTY (enter your hostname or IP, type is ssh and click Open)2. Go to the directory with your project (cd /my/project/folder)3. Do "foundation watch" (if use foundation-cli) or "npm start" (for sass-version)4. Now you can use your local text editor (via ftp).When you finish editing your files, in PuTTY do "ctrl + C" (finish the work of foundation-cli) and enter "exit" (break connection). All!

Val Ery commented on Julian's post 11 days

JointsWP uses foundation 6.3.1
WP-Forge theme based on foundation 6.4.3
IMHO, any CMS is good for working with the Foundation. The main thing is to be able to integrate the styles and scripts of the framework in it. Recently I use Wordpress (with my own theme).

Val Ery commented on Jay Todtenbier's post 13 days

Hi Jay!
For projects based on version 5.5.3, you must use the old cli-version. Try to do so:
sudo npm install -g foundation-cli@2.0.0
This will install globally version 2.0.0 in the directory foundation-cli@2.0.0 After that, check which version is installed
foundation -v
P.S. I do not know which cli-version was used when working with Foundaton 5.5.3. If it is even older, the procedure is as follows:- delete the installed cli-version
sudo npm uninstall -g foundation-cli@2.0.0
- install the version you need
sudo npm install -g foundation-cli@1.1.2
 
P.P.S. foundation-cli here (change version in Tag list), Foundation 5.5.3 here , a small guide to working with other versions here
I hope this will help you.
 

Val Ery commented on Hugh Js's post 25 days

Duc Trong
Thanks for the info! But ... You probably lost the forum.
Quote: "PrestaShop 1.7 uses Bootstrap 4, the popular HTML/CSS framework. " (see).
I'm not interested in Bootstrap. If you made a theme for Prestashop based on the Foundation, give a link to this theme. And so ... Your ode to Prestashop - usual advertising.
About prestashop.1. The installation distribution is more than 50 megabytes.2. If you install a localized version, it requires an additional php extension (intl).3. Enable this extension only through php.ini4. When installing requires the right to write to a huge number of directories.5. As it is written in the documentation, the installation lasts 10-20 minutes.6. The basic theme is based on Bootstrap 4.0.0-alpha5.7. After installing and changing the name of the administrative directory requires a certain visual tour.8. The language pack has been installed. Backend and remained in English.9. Incomprehensible medals and cups in the admin panel.10. I did not manage to open the store on the local computer.11. Dashboard, widget activity overview, the numbers are superimposed on the text.I created stores on Prestashop (long ago, version 1.2 or 1.3). Observation - with the quantity of goods around 500, the store begins to "brake", to work very slowly. Three days ago I tried to put the latest version of Prestashop 1.7. The backend is working slowly in it. <span title="Самого магазина я так и не увидел.

"><span title="Самого магазина я так и не увидел.

">So, thanks! I will use Woocommerce (now I do the store: Woocommrece + Foundation for Sites 6.4.2)

Val Ery commented on kostas's post about 2 months

@kostas!
Do you use foundation-cli?Open the file foundation-cli/lib/commands/new.js and find the string "repositories"
var repositories = {
sites: {
basic: 'https://github.com/zurb/foundation-sites-template.git',
zurb: 'https://github.com/zurb/foundation-zurb-template.git'
},
apps: 'https://github.com/zurb/foundation-apps-template.git',
emails: 'https://github.com/zurb/foundation-emails-template.git'
}
This is a references to branch-master (latest version).It turns out that when you start a new project, foundation-cli will download the latest version of the framework. So?
When cloning with a git (even if you choose your version 6.3), the latest version 6.4 is also downloaded (string https://github.com/zurb/foundation-zurb-template.git).
The only possibility is to download the archive by hand and install it.

Val Ery commented on kostas's post about 2 months

Hi kostas!
Do you want to use version 6.3? Then...
1. Download 6.3 from https://github.com/zurb/foundation-zurb-template/tree/v6.3 (NOT clone, save archive as...)
2. Unpack
3. cd to unpacked folder
4. run command
 - npm install
 - bower install (for install jquery, motion-ui and whats-input)
5. npm start
Everything is working!
P.S. my system: ubuntu linux 17.04, node -v6.11.2, npm - 3.10.10, bower - 1.8.0, sass - Sass 3.5.1 (Bleeding Edge)

Val Ery commented on Greg Brown's post 3 months

The easiest way to add FontAwesome to a project.
Initial data: Foundation CLI version 2.2.3, Foundation 6.4.1, Zurb Template
1. Download FontAwesome and unpack the archive.2. Copy the contents of 'scss' directory to the project's 'src/assets/scss/components' directory.3. Copy the contents of 'fonts' catalog directly to the 'src/assets' directory.4. In project's app.scss file add a string
@import 'components/font-awesome';
5. Check $fa-font-path in _variables.scss.
$fa-font-path: "../fonts" !default;

Val Ery commented on Mike Weisz's post 3 months

You will not believe it, but I also have the same problems. It should be noted that I registered on the forum is not the first day ...However, I am more interested in trying to find answers to the questions asked. <span title="Просто... В качестве тренировки и, возможно, помощи вопрошающим.

">Just ... As a training and, perhaps, help with inquiring.One more observation of mine. The forum periodically appears people who are trying to answer the questions asked. They also disappear from time to time. I propose that in this way Zurb tests new specialists. If so, then this is a bad practice. For the community.
Firstly, because Rafi alone is hard to cope with the support of the forum (he needs help). Secondly, the interest of employees in educating the community is limited by the time spent for the candidate to pass the test. Thirdly, all this shows to potential members of the community that there is simply no community. IMHO.
Sorry for my google-inglish.

Val Ery commented on Ramakrishna Anand's post 3 months

Mandatory registration? No thanks.

Val Ery commented on Gordon Smith 's post 3 months

For hyperlinks:
a, a:hover, a:active, a:focus {
outline: none;
}
Suitable?

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  • CMS for Foundation

    By Julian

    cms

    So looking a developing with Foundation and want to know what the best CMS is for basic website edits by users? I don't need to bloat of wordpress or the ability to add multiple pages etc. Cheers

    Last Reply by Val Ery 11 days ago










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You commented on Matthew Meaklim's post 4 days

Hi Matthew!
Initial data: remote server, Zurb template + text editor.Yes it is possible.Since you need to run some commands that are run from the command line, try PuTTY (Windows + Unix) or KiTTY (Windows only). For Linux and Mac there are built-in ssh-clients.
1. Launch PuTTY (enter your hostname or IP, type is ssh and click Open)2. Go to the directory with your project (cd /my/project/folder)3. Do "foundation watch" (if use foundation-cli) or "npm start" (for sass-version)4. Now you can use your local text editor (via ftp).When you finish editing your files, in PuTTY do "ctrl + C" (finish the work of foundation-cli) and enter "exit" (break connection). All!

You commented on Julian's post 11 days

JointsWP uses foundation 6.3.1
WP-Forge theme based on foundation 6.4.3
IMHO, any CMS is good for working with the Foundation. The main thing is to be able to integrate the styles and scripts of the framework in it. Recently I use Wordpress (with my own theme).

You commented on Jay Todtenbier's post 13 days

Hi Jay!
For projects based on version 5.5.3, you must use the old cli-version. Try to do so:
sudo npm install -g foundation-cli@2.0.0
This will install globally version 2.0.0 in the directory foundation-cli@2.0.0 After that, check which version is installed
foundation -v
P.S. I do not know which cli-version was used when working with Foundaton 5.5.3. If it is even older, the procedure is as follows:- delete the installed cli-version
sudo npm uninstall -g foundation-cli@2.0.0
- install the version you need
sudo npm install -g foundation-cli@1.1.2
 
P.P.S. foundation-cli here (change version in Tag list), Foundation 5.5.3 here , a small guide to working with other versions here
I hope this will help you.
 

You commented on Hugh Js's post 25 days

Duc Trong
Thanks for the info! But ... You probably lost the forum.
Quote: "PrestaShop 1.7 uses Bootstrap 4, the popular HTML/CSS framework. " (see).
I'm not interested in Bootstrap. If you made a theme for Prestashop based on the Foundation, give a link to this theme. And so ... Your ode to Prestashop - usual advertising.
About prestashop.1. The installation distribution is more than 50 megabytes.2. If you install a localized version, it requires an additional php extension (intl).3. Enable this extension only through php.ini4. When installing requires the right to write to a huge number of directories.5. As it is written in the documentation, the installation lasts 10-20 minutes.6. The basic theme is based on Bootstrap 4.0.0-alpha5.7. After installing and changing the name of the administrative directory requires a certain visual tour.8. The language pack has been installed. Backend and remained in English.9. Incomprehensible medals and cups in the admin panel.10. I did not manage to open the store on the local computer.11. Dashboard, widget activity overview, the numbers are superimposed on the text.I created stores on Prestashop (long ago, version 1.2 or 1.3). Observation - with the quantity of goods around 500, the store begins to "brake", to work very slowly. Three days ago I tried to put the latest version of Prestashop 1.7. The backend is working slowly in it. <span title="Самого магазина я так и не увидел.

"><span title="Самого магазина я так и не увидел.

">So, thanks! I will use Woocommerce (now I do the store: Woocommrece + Foundation for Sites 6.4.2)

You commented on kostas's post about 2 months

@kostas!
Do you use foundation-cli?Open the file foundation-cli/lib/commands/new.js and find the string "repositories"
var repositories = {
sites: {
basic: 'https://github.com/zurb/foundation-sites-template.git',
zurb: 'https://github.com/zurb/foundation-zurb-template.git'
},
apps: 'https://github.com/zurb/foundation-apps-template.git',
emails: 'https://github.com/zurb/foundation-emails-template.git'
}
This is a references to branch-master (latest version).It turns out that when you start a new project, foundation-cli will download the latest version of the framework. So?
When cloning with a git (even if you choose your version 6.3), the latest version 6.4 is also downloaded (string https://github.com/zurb/foundation-zurb-template.git).
The only possibility is to download the archive by hand and install it.

You commented on kostas's post about 2 months

Hi kostas!
Do you want to use version 6.3? Then...
1. Download 6.3 from https://github.com/zurb/foundation-zurb-template/tree/v6.3 (NOT clone, save archive as...)
2. Unpack
3. cd to unpacked folder
4. run command
 - npm install
 - bower install (for install jquery, motion-ui and whats-input)
5. npm start
Everything is working!
P.S. my system: ubuntu linux 17.04, node -v6.11.2, npm - 3.10.10, bower - 1.8.0, sass - Sass 3.5.1 (Bleeding Edge)

You commented on Greg Brown's post 3 months

The easiest way to add FontAwesome to a project.
Initial data: Foundation CLI version 2.2.3, Foundation 6.4.1, Zurb Template
1. Download FontAwesome and unpack the archive.2. Copy the contents of 'scss' directory to the project's 'src/assets/scss/components' directory.3. Copy the contents of 'fonts' catalog directly to the 'src/assets' directory.4. In project's app.scss file add a string
@import 'components/font-awesome';
5. Check $fa-font-path in _variables.scss.
$fa-font-path: "../fonts" !default;

You commented on Mike Weisz's post 3 months

You will not believe it, but I also have the same problems. It should be noted that I registered on the forum is not the first day ...However, I am more interested in trying to find answers to the questions asked. <span title="Просто... В качестве тренировки и, возможно, помощи вопрошающим.

">Just ... As a training and, perhaps, help with inquiring.One more observation of mine. The forum periodically appears people who are trying to answer the questions asked. They also disappear from time to time. I propose that in this way Zurb tests new specialists. If so, then this is a bad practice. For the community.
Firstly, because Rafi alone is hard to cope with the support of the forum (he needs help). Secondly, the interest of employees in educating the community is limited by the time spent for the candidate to pass the test. Thirdly, all this shows to potential members of the community that there is simply no community. IMHO.
Sorry for my google-inglish.

You commented on Ramakrishna Anand's post 3 months

Mandatory registration? No thanks.

You commented on Gordon Smith 's post 3 months

For hyperlinks:
a, a:hover, a:active, a:focus {
outline: none;
}
Suitable?

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