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Rahim Premji commented on Darryl Morley's post almost 3 years

Darryl that seems to be the basic template package json file. You need to edit the package json file for the zurb template.
Clone the package from the official repository https://github.com/zurb/foundation-zurb-template to the location you want to host your project.
Edit the json file as per the the instructions below:
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/37829902/foundation-project-creation-fails-with-npm-err-git-rev-list-on-debian-8-5-0
Follow the full instructions as per the given answer and you should be okay.

Rahim Premji commented on Rahim Premji's post almost 3 years

Had to clone the zurb template using git and edit the json file as per the the instructions below:
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/37829902/foundation-project-creation-fails-with-npm-err-git-rev-list-on-debian-8-5-0
Found many people facing this issue on the github.

Rahim Premji commented on Jacob Herper's post almost 3 years

The Foundation.Dropdown plugin ensures that all top-bar-left plugins open to the right and all top-bar-right plugins open to the left. While this may be desirable there should be some provision for overriding this behaviour.
Will have to study how exactly to modify / replace plugins.  The code should be pretty straight forward. If the element contains a particular user defined class then the classes added by the Foundation.js code are removed and the desired classes are added.
However Foundation 6 is supposed to have colliision detection out of the box. Either it's not working properly or we are doing something wrong.

Rahim Premji commented on Jacob Herper's post almost 3 years

Having similar issues.
Can't figure out how to get the last li to right align.
Jacob... your solution works if I assign a specific id to the li. Otherwise the standard classes are applied through the js code.
Additionally the submenus continue to open to the right.
Setting the class to open-left has no effect as the javascript code overwrites it.
Sample Code
Whats the simplest way of getting any <li> to have the following <ul> right align?
How can we get those <ul> to open-left?
The dirty fix is individual id's but that beats the purpose of using a framework.
 Corrected error in link

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You commented on Darryl Morley's post almost 3 years

Darryl that seems to be the basic template package json file. You need to edit the package json file for the zurb template.
Clone the package from the official repository https://github.com/zurb/foundation-zurb-template to the location you want to host your project.
Edit the json file as per the the instructions below:
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/37829902/foundation-project-creation-fails-with-npm-err-git-rev-list-on-debian-8-5-0
Follow the full instructions as per the given answer and you should be okay.

You commented on Rahim Premji's post almost 3 years

Had to clone the zurb template using git and edit the json file as per the the instructions below:
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/37829902/foundation-project-creation-fails-with-npm-err-git-rev-list-on-debian-8-5-0
Found many people facing this issue on the github.

You commented on Jacob Herper's post almost 3 years

The Foundation.Dropdown plugin ensures that all top-bar-left plugins open to the right and all top-bar-right plugins open to the left. While this may be desirable there should be some provision for overriding this behaviour.
Will have to study how exactly to modify / replace plugins.  The code should be pretty straight forward. If the element contains a particular user defined class then the classes added by the Foundation.js code are removed and the desired classes are added.
However Foundation 6 is supposed to have colliision detection out of the box. Either it's not working properly or we are doing something wrong.

You commented on Jacob Herper's post almost 3 years

Having similar issues.
Can't figure out how to get the last li to right align.
Jacob... your solution works if I assign a specific id to the li. Otherwise the standard classes are applied through the js code.
Additionally the submenus continue to open to the right.
Setting the class to open-left has no effect as the javascript code overwrites it.
Sample Code
Whats the simplest way of getting any <li> to have the following <ul> right align?
How can we get those <ul> to open-left?
The dirty fix is individual id's but that beats the purpose of using a framework.
 Corrected error in link

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