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  • Full-screen hero section

    By Rob T

    Fullscreencss

    Hi,   What's the best way to create a full height/width hero section in Foundation? I've seen people do this with Javascript as well as just CSS. Just curious, as a beginner, what the best way to approach this in Foundation would be, and if there a... (continued)

    Last Reply by Hadwin over 1 year ago


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  • Sticky - Not working on small screens

    By Rob T

    sticky

    Hi,   I've got a sticky nav, which is working on all sizes, and I'd like to have a div stick under the nav on scrolling (it'll be filters to filter posts on the page). http://mindtools.io/rob-test-mobile/ So the "This is STICKY" h1 is stickin... (continued)


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  • Sticky not working on mobile

    By Rob T

    sticky

    Hi,   I've got a sticky nav, which is working on all sizes, and I'd like to have a div stick under the nav on scrolling (it'll be filters to filter posts on the page). http://mindtools.io/rob-test-mobile/ So the "This is STICKY" h1 is stickin... (continued)

    Last Reply by Rafi Benkual over 2 years ago


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  • Flex grid and vertical centering

    By Rob T

    flex-grid

    I've been at this for hours, no luck doing a very (I thought) simple thing. I'm trying to have a page with a background image on the entire page (background-size: cover), and an H1 and contact form centered vertically and horizontally in the center, like ... (continued)

    Last Reply by Marius Crisan over 2 years ago


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  • Foundation & Terminal Issues

    By Rob T

    Foundationterminalinstall

    I just updated foundation in Terminal, and it now says Successfully installed foundation-1.0.4. I used to see this when typing foundation new:   ... and now when I type foundation new, Terminal responds: ERROR: "foundatio... (continued)

    Last Reply by Rob T over 3 years ago


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  • How to include Magellan

    By Rob T

    Magellan

    I've read the page here: http://foundation.zurb.com/sites/docs/magellan.html ... but am not sure what they mean by this: Initializing The file foundation.magellan.js must be included in your JavaScript to use this plugin, along with foundation.core... (continued)

    Last Reply by Rob T over 3 years ago


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  • Sticky Nav Over Underlying Content

    By Rob T

    Sticky nav

    I'm trying to create a sticky nav in Foundation 6 using this method: http://foundation.zurb.com/forum/posts/36690-how-to-create-a-sticky-top-bar-on-foundation-6. The thing it's not doing that I'd like it to do is to overlay the nav over the background... (continued)

    Last Reply by mcdvoice 12 months ago


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  • NPM modules

    By Rob T

    npminstall

    Every time I try a new install of foundation, I get the following error: There were some problems during the installation. ✓ New project folder created. ✗ Node modules not installed. Try running npm install manually. ✓ Bower components installe... (continued)

    Last Reply by Rob T over 3 years ago


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Rob T commented on Rob T's post almost 2 years

Excellent, thanks so much!

Rob T commented on Rob T's post over 3 years

That was it, exactly--I had the old CLI installed as well. Thanks so much, Rafi!

Rob T commented on Rob T's post over 3 years

Thank you, Chris--very helpful!

Rob T commented on Rob T's post over 3 years

Ah, thank you!

Rob T commented on Diego Ramirez's post over 3 years

That actually did work--thanks so much, Arnaud! Not sure what I was doing wrong before, but that was it. I really appreciate your help. Cheers!

Rob T commented on Diego Ramirez's post over 3 years

That actually did work--thanks so much, Arnaud! Not sure what I was doing wrong before, but that was it. I really appreciate your help. Cheers!

Rob T commented on Diego Ramirez's post over 3 years

I'm actually using it in this CodePen (http://codepen.io/rtourtelot/pen/obBQqE) ... but does anyone have any idea how to set it so that the bridge image is under the nav on page load? Thanks!

Rob T commented on Diego Ramirez's post over 3 years

Excellent, thanks guys. What would you do, though, if you wanted the sticky nav to start out overlaying the section below on page load? For example, on this page, the nav would be overlaying the bridge image when the page loads, not simply on scroll:

http://telodesign.com/test/lumuno/nav-test.html

I've tried using a negative margin, which seems hacky, I've tried autoscrolling with jQuery, which leaves a gap at the top if the user scrolls up... any other ideas? Thanks!

Rob T commented on Rob T's post over 3 years

This worked, for anyone else seeing this issue:

https://docs.npmjs.com/getting-started/fixing-npm-permissions

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  • Flex grid and vertical centering

    By Rob T

    flex-grid

    I've been at this for hours, no luck doing a very (I thought) simple thing. I'm trying to have a page with a background image on the entire page (background-size: cover), and an H1 and contact form centered vertically and horizontally in the center, like ... (continued)

    Last Reply by Marius Crisan over 2 years ago





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You commented on Rob T's post almost 2 years

Excellent, thanks so much!

You commented on Rob T's post over 3 years

That was it, exactly--I had the old CLI installed as well. Thanks so much, Rafi!

You commented on Rob T's post over 3 years

Thank you, Chris--very helpful!

You commented on Rob T's post over 3 years

Ah, thank you!

You commented on Diego Ramirez's post over 3 years

That actually did work--thanks so much, Arnaud! Not sure what I was doing wrong before, but that was it. I really appreciate your help. Cheers!

You commented on Diego Ramirez's post over 3 years

That actually did work--thanks so much, Arnaud! Not sure what I was doing wrong before, but that was it. I really appreciate your help. Cheers!

You commented on Diego Ramirez's post over 3 years

I'm actually using it in this CodePen (http://codepen.io/rtourtelot/pen/obBQqE) ... but does anyone have any idea how to set it so that the bridge image is under the nav on page load? Thanks!

You commented on Diego Ramirez's post over 3 years

Excellent, thanks guys. What would you do, though, if you wanted the sticky nav to start out overlaying the section below on page load? For example, on this page, the nav would be overlaying the bridge image when the page loads, not simply on scroll:

http://telodesign.com/test/lumuno/nav-test.html

I've tried using a negative margin, which seems hacky, I've tried autoscrolling with jQuery, which leaves a gap at the top if the user scrolls up... any other ideas? Thanks!

You commented on Rob T's post over 3 years

This worked, for anyone else seeing this issue:

https://docs.npmjs.com/getting-started/fixing-npm-permissions

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