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Dominik Pieper commented on Matteo Testoni's post 7 months

You could try to use the abilities from panini and use data from a yml file, iterate over it in both. Then you only have one place with the data

Dominik Pieper commented on Matteo Testoni's post 7 months

Do you have an example? I don't understand what you want to solve

Dominik Pieper commented on Matteo Testoni's post 7 months

What do you think is wrong with it?

Dominik Pieper commented on parikshit sharma's post about 1 year

Like I said, in the gulp file the library paths must be changed an possibly the utils path in settings.scss

Dominik Pieper commented on parikshit sharma's post about 1 year

It's just a warning for now. Bower is deprecated and you should switch to npm comletely but for now it will work.
Bower and npmp are both version control systems. just read about them. You could just "npm install foundations-sites" and change the paths in all project files like sass and gul files

Dominik Pieper commented on Martin's post almost 2 years

You could try to delete the node_modules folder and zip up the project folder after that. That will be the folder with too long filenames I think. The next person can just reinstall the modules.

Dominik Pieper commented on Matt Brown's post about 2 years

Try to restart the build process. I've the problem that sometimes changes in the settings.scss down't get build in, while using the watch rebuild

Dominik Pieper commented on Jason Peretz's post about 2 years

Hi,
it's an error withe 6.3 RC (which is the default version if you npm i foundation-sites). The stable works without this problem and I think they will fix it before release

Dominik Pieper commented on Jake Rutherford's post over 2 years

Hi Jake,
you can download foundation here: http://foundation.zurb.com/sites/download/
Or if you already have an npm setup or something: http://foundation.zurb.com/sites/docs/installation.html

Dominik Pieper commented on Javier Rincón's post over 2 years

Hi James,
I know angular-foundation-6 but the topic here is Angular 2. As far as I know there isn't an Angular 2 port.

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  • Move / Transfer CLI Project

    By Martin

    move transfer

    Hi, I'm looking to handover a foundation 6 project built with the CLI / Zurb Template. I cant simply zip up the project folder, as there are issues with the file names being too long. Is there an ideal workflow for moving / transferring projects? Is i... (continued)

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  • Nesting columns inside columns

    By Jimmy G

    Foundationgrid

    Via http://zurb.com/responsive I found the following site: http://www.trinitysf.com/ As you can see from below html, div's with the "columns" class are nested inside other div's with columns class WITHOUT putting them into a div with a "row" cl... (continued)

    Last Reply by Jimmy G over 2 years ago


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You commented on Matteo Testoni's post 7 months

You could try to use the abilities from panini and use data from a yml file, iterate over it in both. Then you only have one place with the data

You commented on Matteo Testoni's post 7 months

Do you have an example? I don't understand what you want to solve

You commented on Matteo Testoni's post 7 months

What do you think is wrong with it?

You commented on parikshit sharma's post about 1 year

Like I said, in the gulp file the library paths must be changed an possibly the utils path in settings.scss

You commented on parikshit sharma's post about 1 year

It's just a warning for now. Bower is deprecated and you should switch to npm comletely but for now it will work.
Bower and npmp are both version control systems. just read about them. You could just "npm install foundations-sites" and change the paths in all project files like sass and gul files

You commented on Martin's post almost 2 years

You could try to delete the node_modules folder and zip up the project folder after that. That will be the folder with too long filenames I think. The next person can just reinstall the modules.

You commented on Matt Brown's post about 2 years

Try to restart the build process. I've the problem that sometimes changes in the settings.scss down't get build in, while using the watch rebuild

You commented on Jason Peretz's post about 2 years

Hi,
it's an error withe 6.3 RC (which is the default version if you npm i foundation-sites). The stable works without this problem and I think they will fix it before release

You commented on Jake Rutherford's post over 2 years

Hi Jake,
you can download foundation here: http://foundation.zurb.com/sites/download/
Or if you already have an npm setup or something: http://foundation.zurb.com/sites/docs/installation.html

You commented on Javier Rincón's post over 2 years

Hi James,
I know angular-foundation-6 but the topic here is Angular 2. As far as I know there isn't an Angular 2 port.

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