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Mauricio González commented on Mike Heroys's post almost 5 years

Hey Rafi!

Thank you a lot!

I will dive into SASS tonight. Once my neck is not tight anymore.

Thanks again.

Mauricio González commented on Danylo's post almost 5 years

Hello Tomi Tomion!

Do you have the equivalent for the basic x-large grid?

I have the same problem, only not with the block grid, but with x-large-N-columns.

Please Help!

Thank you.

Mauricio González commented on Mike Heroys's post almost 5 years

There's a way to activate it through SASS.

Perhaps we can get the generated css for the x-large grid from inspecting a website that uses it.

Anyway, did you solve this problem?

Im in the same situation.

Mauricio González commented on Allen Petersen's post about 5 years

THIS SOLVED MY PROBLEM:

After hours of searching, i found this important thing.

Ajax will only load files that are on the same server.

Your link should be something like:

<a href="myfiletoload.html" data-reveal-id="myModal" data-reveal-ajax="true">Load the file!</a>

and the file myfiletoload.html should be stored on the same server (and the same folder too, in this case).

Mauricio González commented on Peter Surrena's post about 5 years

THIS SOLVED MY PROBLEM:

After hours of searching, i found this important thing.

Ajax will only load files that are on the same server.

Your link should be something like:

Load the file!

and the file myfiletoload.html should be stored on the same server (and the same folder too, in this case).

Mauricio González commented on Stéphane Richin's post about 5 years

THIS SOLVED MY PROBLEM:

After hours of searching, i found this important thing.

Ajax will only load files that are on the same server.

Your link should be something like:

<a href="myfiletoload.html" data-reveal-id="myModal" data-reveal-ajax="true">Load the file!</a>

and the file myfiletoload.html should be stored on the same server (and the same folder too, in this case).

Mauricio González commented on Mauricio González's post over 5 years

Amazing!

So simple!

Thank you for your time. So simple it's shameful.

I wish you the best day tomorrow ;).

Mauricio González commented on Mauricio González's post over 5 years

Thanks.

I'm currently using that workaround on another place. Im leaving the URL I gave you untouched so you can take a look.

Ill post this on github, perhaps it's a bug.

Thank you again Wing-Hou

Mauricio González commented on Mauricio González's post over 5 years

I agree.

The URL is http://lafototeca.org/fototecaFoundation/taller.html

Now, if I do it via CSS, both the large and the small image will load when in mobile, won't them?

That was the main reason i chose Interchange over queries.

Thank you for your help! ;)

Mauricio González commented on Mauricio González's post over 5 years

Interesting, thank you.

Im only applying this because it is in the docs:

"
Using Interchange with background-images

When you add a data-interchange attribute containing image paths (.jpg, .jpeg, .png, .gif, .bmp, .tiff), instead of replacing the element content it will set a background-image css property with the corresponding path.

<div data-interchange="[/path/to/default.jpg, (default)], [/path/to/bigger-image.jpg, (large)]"></div>

"

It's here: http://foundation.zurb.com/docs/components/interchange.html

So I guess it CAN be done. What do you think? Do you see another problem?

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You commented on Mike Heroys's post almost 5 years

Hey Rafi!

Thank you a lot!

I will dive into SASS tonight. Once my neck is not tight anymore.

Thanks again.

You commented on Danylo's post almost 5 years

Hello Tomi Tomion!

Do you have the equivalent for the basic x-large grid?

I have the same problem, only not with the block grid, but with x-large-N-columns.

Please Help!

Thank you.

You commented on Mike Heroys's post almost 5 years

There's a way to activate it through SASS.

Perhaps we can get the generated css for the x-large grid from inspecting a website that uses it.

Anyway, did you solve this problem?

Im in the same situation.

You commented on Allen Petersen's post about 5 years

THIS SOLVED MY PROBLEM:

After hours of searching, i found this important thing.

Ajax will only load files that are on the same server.

Your link should be something like:

<a href="myfiletoload.html" data-reveal-id="myModal" data-reveal-ajax="true">Load the file!</a>

and the file myfiletoload.html should be stored on the same server (and the same folder too, in this case).

You commented on Peter Surrena's post about 5 years

THIS SOLVED MY PROBLEM:

After hours of searching, i found this important thing.

Ajax will only load files that are on the same server.

Your link should be something like:

Load the file!

and the file myfiletoload.html should be stored on the same server (and the same folder too, in this case).

You commented on Stéphane Richin's post about 5 years

THIS SOLVED MY PROBLEM:

After hours of searching, i found this important thing.

Ajax will only load files that are on the same server.

Your link should be something like:

<a href="myfiletoload.html" data-reveal-id="myModal" data-reveal-ajax="true">Load the file!</a>

and the file myfiletoload.html should be stored on the same server (and the same folder too, in this case).

You commented on Mauricio González's post over 5 years

Amazing!

So simple!

Thank you for your time. So simple it's shameful.

I wish you the best day tomorrow ;).

You commented on Mauricio González's post over 5 years

Thanks.

I'm currently using that workaround on another place. Im leaving the URL I gave you untouched so you can take a look.

Ill post this on github, perhaps it's a bug.

Thank you again Wing-Hou

You commented on Mauricio González's post over 5 years

I agree.

The URL is http://lafototeca.org/fototecaFoundation/taller.html

Now, if I do it via CSS, both the large and the small image will load when in mobile, won't them?

That was the main reason i chose Interchange over queries.

Thank you for your help! ;)

You commented on Mauricio González's post over 5 years

Interesting, thank you.

Im only applying this because it is in the docs:

"
Using Interchange with background-images

When you add a data-interchange attribute containing image paths (.jpg, .jpeg, .png, .gif, .bmp, .tiff), instead of replacing the element content it will set a background-image css property with the corresponding path.

<div data-interchange="[/path/to/default.jpg, (default)], [/path/to/bigger-image.jpg, (large)]"></div>

"

It's here: http://foundation.zurb.com/docs/components/interchange.html

So I guess it CAN be done. What do you think? Do you see another problem?

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