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Aaron Neeley commented on Aaron Neeley's post almost 2 years

Thanks @ThatGuy! First off, great videos and super helpful. It wasn't an exact solve more problem but definitely put me in the right direction.
Turns out i need to add this piece to my ESlint config. It was block the compiler. 
{
"parserOptions": {
"sourceType": "module",
}
}

Aaron Neeley commented on Aaron Neeley's post almost 4 years

Thanks for the help!

I was actually reading it as you wrote that reply.

Aaron Neeley commented on Aaron Neeley's post almost 4 years

Thanks Rafi.

I guess what I'm trying to do is to clone to on my own repo on Git. Is there a way to do this from Yeti?

Here is a link to a pic of what I mean. This is me trying to push changes via the project that Yeti Launch set up. I don't have permissions for that repo.

http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=21nihll&s=9

If I create the project via the command line than I can create a repo on my git account and host it there? Sorry, again if this is a silly question.

Aaron Neeley commented on Aaron Neeley's post almost 4 years

Just to clarify as i've gotten a little further with this.

If I install a new project via Command Line and then add it as a repo to my Github desktop GUI it works just fine. If I use the Yeti Launch and try to add the repo it doesn't let me. It just links to the Foundation Git. Why is this?

Aaron Neeley commented on Eddie Solomon's post almost 4 years

You may still want to write your vanilla CSS in the app.scss file. That css file gets overwritten everytime the scss files are saved. So if you did make an edit at some point to them, than it would override your css file.

If you're not going to need the Sass stuff, you can always comment out the @imports and it will compile a much smaller css file.

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  • Sass vs Css

    By Eddie Solomon

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    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)

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You commented on Aaron Neeley's post almost 2 years

Thanks @ThatGuy! First off, great videos and super helpful. It wasn't an exact solve more problem but definitely put me in the right direction.
Turns out i need to add this piece to my ESlint config. It was block the compiler. 
{
"parserOptions": {
"sourceType": "module",
}
}

You commented on Aaron Neeley's post almost 4 years

Thanks for the help!

I was actually reading it as you wrote that reply.

You commented on Aaron Neeley's post almost 4 years

Thanks Rafi.

I guess what I'm trying to do is to clone to on my own repo on Git. Is there a way to do this from Yeti?

Here is a link to a pic of what I mean. This is me trying to push changes via the project that Yeti Launch set up. I don't have permissions for that repo.

http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=21nihll&s=9

If I create the project via the command line than I can create a repo on my git account and host it there? Sorry, again if this is a silly question.

You commented on Aaron Neeley's post almost 4 years

Just to clarify as i've gotten a little further with this.

If I install a new project via Command Line and then add it as a repo to my Github desktop GUI it works just fine. If I use the Yeti Launch and try to add the repo it doesn't let me. It just links to the Foundation Git. Why is this?

You commented on Eddie Solomon's post almost 4 years

You may still want to write your vanilla CSS in the app.scss file. That css file gets overwritten everytime the scss files are saved. So if you did make an edit at some point to them, than it would override your css file.

If you're not going to need the Sass stuff, you can always comment out the @imports and it will compile a much smaller css file.

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