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  • Using JSON in Foundation Pages

    By mxeise

    JSON

    I'm trying to use data stored in "company.json" in a page, but can't get it working. It would be nice to have access to single values stored in the JSON without a loop or the each command. The JSON { "company": [ { "name_short":... (continued)

    Last Reply by Michelle Child almost 2 years ago



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  • Layout breaks in iOS Mail

    By mxeise

    ioslayoutResponsive

    Hello, I do have a problem with the "responsiveness" of my mail. In the Google Chrome preview, everything looks fine and is responsive as it should be - but on iOS iPhone 6 the layout is not going to "responsive". Any Ideas?Thanks in advance :) Here's m... (continued)

    Last Reply by annysmith about 1 year ago



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mxeise commented on Evan Wiegand's post almost 3 years

+1

mxeise commented on mxeise's post about 3 years

Is this behaviour maybe occuring because I use the <container> Tag inside a <container>?
My basic structur looks like:
page
{{> header}}
<spacer size="20"></spacer>
<row>
<columns>
<p> Bit of text here</p>
</columns>
</row>
{{> something}}
<spacer size="20"></spacer>
{{> footer}}
 
partial
<container>
<row>
<columns>
<h1>Headline</h1>
</columns>
</row>
<spacer size="20"></spacer>
<row>
<columns>
<p>Teeeeeext</p>
</columns>
</row>
</container>

 
Is there anything wrong with it?
Best regards,
Max

mxeise commented on mxeise's post about 3 years

Hello Rafi,
I'm using the native Apple Mail app. Sure I did some screenshots. Here's the behavior I was expection:
 

 
And here is the actual mail, recieved on iPhone 6 (Apple Mail):

 

 

 
The images all have a defined width and height in the image-tag (not css). It's probably not a bug from the foundation framework, it's more likely that I missed something ... but I can't figure out what it is.
Thanks in advance for any help!
 
Best regards,
Max

mxeise commented on Scott Bickell's post about 3 years

If you just skip the "aws" part in the gulp file, it seems to work just fine. My test was send and images showing up properly.
Change this:
// Build emails, then send to litmus
gulp.task('litmus',
gulp.series('build', creds, aws, litmus));
 
To this:
// Build emails, then send to litmus
gulp.task('litmus',
gulp.series('build', creds, litmus));
 
@Rafi: Or could this cause trouble?

mxeise commented on [email protected]'s post over 3 years

 I'd like an invite as well :-)

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  • gulp-html2txt

    By David Diomede

    texttext only

    I am trying to add&nbsp;gulp-html2txt to the stack, but when I add I get Errors: "The following tasks did not complete: default, build, &lt;anonymous&gt; Did you forget to signal async completion?" &nbsp; Here is my gulp file. I'm not sure what I'm mi... (continued)

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  • npm run litmus without aws

    By Scott Bickell

    npmlitmusAWS

    Currently this command fires off a litmus test but ALSO requires an Amazon Web Services account. Doesn't work without it. npm run litmus I host my own images and I don't need the AWS part, only the Litmus test functionality.&nbsp;I tried to hack a few o... (continued)

    Last Reply by mxeise about 3 years ago


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You commented on Evan Wiegand's post almost 3 years

+1

You commented on mxeise's post about 3 years

Is this behaviour maybe occuring because I use the <container> Tag inside a <container>?
My basic structur looks like:
page
{{> header}}
<spacer size="20"></spacer>
<row>
<columns>
<p> Bit of text here</p>
</columns>
</row>
{{> something}}
<spacer size="20"></spacer>
{{> footer}}
 
partial
<container>
<row>
<columns>
<h1>Headline</h1>
</columns>
</row>
<spacer size="20"></spacer>
<row>
<columns>
<p>Teeeeeext</p>
</columns>
</row>
</container>

 
Is there anything wrong with it?
Best regards,
Max

You commented on mxeise's post about 3 years

Hello Rafi,
I'm using the native Apple Mail app. Sure I did some screenshots. Here's the behavior I was expection:
 

 
And here is the actual mail, recieved on iPhone 6 (Apple Mail):

 

 

 
The images all have a defined width and height in the image-tag (not css). It's probably not a bug from the foundation framework, it's more likely that I missed something ... but I can't figure out what it is.
Thanks in advance for any help!
 
Best regards,
Max

You commented on Scott Bickell's post about 3 years

If you just skip the "aws" part in the gulp file, it seems to work just fine. My test was send and images showing up properly.
Change this:
// Build emails, then send to litmus
gulp.task('litmus',
gulp.series('build', creds, aws, litmus));
 
To this:
// Build emails, then send to litmus
gulp.task('litmus',
gulp.series('build', creds, litmus));
 
@Rafi: Or could this cause trouble?

You commented on [email protected]'s post over 3 years

 I'd like an invite as well :-)

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