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  • Sass vs Css

    By Eddie Solomon

    Sasscss

    Hi everyone, although I downloaded the sass version of foundation 6 and managed to create my pages, I have very limited knowledge in sass and all the related node, bower, jason, jimmy... and all this stuff. I'm able to compile the scss, and to add the cus... (continued)

    Last Reply by Aaron Neeley over 3 years ago


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  • Foundation 6 with Foundation 5

    By Eddie Solomon

    Migration

    Hi, I have F5 installed on windows platform and created a few websites. I understand the migration guide is not ready yet, so meantime I want to build a new website with F6. Can I install F6 Sass on the same PC without uninstalling anything? Will both ... (continued)

    Last Reply by Eddie Solomon over 3 years ago


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Eddie Solomon commented on Jos Kelleners's post over 3 years

Hello,

First I gave up on the sass and returned to the css option. I downloaded a few customized versions and suddenly I noticed the same problem on only one css download. After a few tests I discovered that the problem is with the downloaded foundation.css file. I copied the 'good' foundation.css to the sass directory and the problem was solved.

I didn't have time yet to check what version of foundation.css works or what causes the problem, but it fixed the bug.

Eddie Solomon commented on Jos Kelleners's post over 3 years

I had the same problem.

After Hannes showed me his css code, I noticed the problem is with the sass version of Foundation. On the css version it works fine.

Any solution Foundation people to solve the problem on Sass?

Eddie Solomon commented on Eddie Solomon's post over 3 years

Thank you Hannes,

That's exactly what I'm trying to achieve.
I'll have a look at your code now and see what I did wrong.

Thanks a lot
Eddie

Eddie Solomon commented on Eddie Solomon's post over 3 years

Hi Rafi,

Thank you for your reply.

On a small screen I want to use a vertical menu. When I click the hamburger I want the horizontal menu I have on medium/large screens to become a vertical screen.
What happens is that when I click the hamburger on a small screen, I get a horizontal menu.

The thing is that even on your own 'responsive navigation' doc example, as well as on the university lesson about foundation 6 navigation, if I resize the browser to a small screen, the same thing happens: the navigation menu is horizontal and not vertical, which obviously doesn't make sense on mobiles.

I did what you said (please see attached code line) but it doesn't help.

I'd be grateful to get some help on this topic.

Thanks

<ul class="menu" data-responsive-menu="drilldown medium-dropdown">  

Eddie Solomon commented on Eddie Solomon's post over 3 years

Thank you Hannes,

Yes, that's the structure I'm using. The problem is that on medium/large pages, when I hover over a link with a sub menu, the sub menu is displayed horizontally and not vertically. Also, the link's arrow points to top-right and not down.

Any idea how to fix that?

Thanks

Eddie Solomon commented on Eddie Solomon's post over 3 years

Thank you both :)

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You commented on Jos Kelleners's post over 3 years

Hello,

First I gave up on the sass and returned to the css option. I downloaded a few customized versions and suddenly I noticed the same problem on only one css download. After a few tests I discovered that the problem is with the downloaded foundation.css file. I copied the 'good' foundation.css to the sass directory and the problem was solved.

I didn't have time yet to check what version of foundation.css works or what causes the problem, but it fixed the bug.

You commented on Jos Kelleners's post over 3 years

I had the same problem.

After Hannes showed me his css code, I noticed the problem is with the sass version of Foundation. On the css version it works fine.

Any solution Foundation people to solve the problem on Sass?

You commented on Eddie Solomon's post over 3 years

Thank you Hannes,

That's exactly what I'm trying to achieve.
I'll have a look at your code now and see what I did wrong.

Thanks a lot
Eddie

You commented on Eddie Solomon's post over 3 years

Hi Rafi,

Thank you for your reply.

On a small screen I want to use a vertical menu. When I click the hamburger I want the horizontal menu I have on medium/large screens to become a vertical screen.
What happens is that when I click the hamburger on a small screen, I get a horizontal menu.

The thing is that even on your own 'responsive navigation' doc example, as well as on the university lesson about foundation 6 navigation, if I resize the browser to a small screen, the same thing happens: the navigation menu is horizontal and not vertical, which obviously doesn't make sense on mobiles.

I did what you said (please see attached code line) but it doesn't help.

I'd be grateful to get some help on this topic.

Thanks

<ul class="menu" data-responsive-menu="drilldown medium-dropdown">  

You commented on Eddie Solomon's post over 3 years

Thank you Hannes,

Yes, that's the structure I'm using. The problem is that on medium/large pages, when I hover over a link with a sub menu, the sub menu is displayed horizontally and not vertically. Also, the link's arrow points to top-right and not down.

Any idea how to fix that?

Thanks

You commented on Eddie Solomon's post over 3 years

Thank you both :)

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