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Raul Santamaria commented on Nick TC's post over 3 years

It REALLY is.

And I appreciate the effort you're putting in Foundation @Rafi Benkual , just a small warning during first days would avoid misunderstandings and would help to maintain fair expectations.

We'll continue testing and fiddling with new releases as soon as we have them available, even if it shows a beta label. We love new versions :D

Thanks to all in this thread too ;)

Raul Santamaria commented on Nick TC's post over 3 years

Just thinking aloud...

Why don't you release untested versions as beta?
This way we'll know what to expect, avoiding disappointments.

Obviously, F6 still isn't ready for production developments, and trying to force it only leads to excesive coding time and frustration.

Regards,

R.

Raul Santamaria commented on Luca Bianco's post over 3 years

=:O
Can't believe this

Raul Santamaria commented on Jon Sharpe's post over 5 years

Well, I solved it with this:

<li id="mylink">
    <img src="myimage.jpg" />
</li>
<li>
...
</li>

And then I used Jquery click() to open the page

    $('#mylink').click(function() {
        $('#myModal').foundation('reveal', 'open');
    });

Actually I opened a modal, but you should be able to open a page with

window.location.href = "file2.html"

Raul Santamaria commented on Anthony Hind's post over 5 years

Hello,

I got it working with this Javascript:

    $(document).on('opened', '[data-reveal]', function() {
        $('#myVideo').attr('src','video.mp4');
    });

    $(document).on('closed', '[data-reveal]', function() {

    });

myVideo is the iframe id (or video id if you're using HTML5)

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  • Abide F6 not works?

    By Luca Bianco

    abide

    Hello, i test now the Abide Validation but it doesn't works. In F5 i always use it correctly but now if i use it the submit of the form doesn't works if i use the correct data in the form

    Last Reply by Brian Tan over 3 years ago




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You commented on Nick TC's post over 3 years

It REALLY is.

And I appreciate the effort you're putting in Foundation @Rafi Benkual , just a small warning during first days would avoid misunderstandings and would help to maintain fair expectations.

We'll continue testing and fiddling with new releases as soon as we have them available, even if it shows a beta label. We love new versions :D

Thanks to all in this thread too ;)

You commented on Nick TC's post over 3 years

Just thinking aloud...

Why don't you release untested versions as beta?
This way we'll know what to expect, avoiding disappointments.

Obviously, F6 still isn't ready for production developments, and trying to force it only leads to excesive coding time and frustration.

Regards,

R.

You commented on Luca Bianco's post over 3 years

=:O
Can't believe this

You commented on Jon Sharpe's post over 5 years

Well, I solved it with this:

<li id="mylink">
    <img src="myimage.jpg" />
</li>
<li>
...
</li>

And then I used Jquery click() to open the page

    $('#mylink').click(function() {
        $('#myModal').foundation('reveal', 'open');
    });

Actually I opened a modal, but you should be able to open a page with

window.location.href = "file2.html"

You commented on Anthony Hind's post over 5 years

Hello,

I got it working with this Javascript:

    $(document).on('opened', '[data-reveal]', function() {
        $('#myVideo').attr('src','video.mp4');
    });

    $(document).on('closed', '[data-reveal]', function() {

    });

myVideo is the iframe id (or video id if you're using HTML5)

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