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  • ZURB Cards - Overlap?

    By James Watkin

    cardoverlapVideo

    I have a vague recollection of watching a video that demonstrates how to overlap ZURB Foundation Cards, but I can't find that video. Does, or did, such a video exist? Or am I conflating ZURB Cards with something else? Maybe what I'm suggesting doesn't eve... (continued)

    Last Reply by James Watkin almost 2 years ago


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  • Aurelia + Foundation

    By James Watkin

    Aurelia

    It would be nice to see Aurelia added to the list of JavaScript frameworks targeted for integration with Foundation. See the "7.0 Considerations" section in the Foundation For Sites Roadmap: https://github.com/zurb/foundation-sites/wiki/Project-Roa... (continued)

    Last Reply by Samuel Molinski almost 2 years ago






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James Watkin commented on James Watkin's post 4 months

I also tried this syntax:
Foundation.reInit($("#orbit-x201467"), {autoPlay: false});

Although this didn't work either, maybe some variation of it will. At least this syntax doesn't throw a JavaScript error.

James Watkin commented on James Watkin's post about 1 year

I received a direct email from Rafi at ZURB about this issue. Regarding deep-linking the "Responsive Accordion Tabs" container, Rafi writes:
"It is a feature of tabs and accordions but not the Accordion-tab plugin."
 
Jim

James Watkin commented on James Watkin's post about 1 year

Chris,
After posting my previous comment and editing it, I see that your solution comment is missing. I didn't delete it, and I doubt if it's even possible for me to have deleted it.
?
Jim  

James Watkin commented on James Watkin's post about 1 year

Thank you Chris!
Based on your post, I think I might have narrowed it down even further to just the "smudge" attributes. The "data-update-history="true" attribute seems to work for me, but either or both "smudge" attributes causes the problem.
Thank you again.
Jim 
 

James Watkin commented on James Watkin's post about 1 year

I did some more tests with a clean version of the ZURB template. I was able to reproduce the issue. If I don't use the deep-link attributes, the responsive accordion tabs seems to work fine. I've added a comment with my details to this existing closed issue:
https://github.com/zurb/foundation-sites/issues/9494
Can anyone confirm this as a ZURB Foundation 6.4.3 bug, or if I have the configuration wrong?
Thank you.
Jim

James Watkin commented on James Watkin's post over 1 year

In my Pros and Cons above, I described a preference for not downloading an image until it's needed. I suppose if one isn't concerned about network bandwidth, then one might prefer to have both images download when the page loads so there's no delay to download the image(s) when changing the size of the browser window.
Jim

James Watkin commented on James Watkin's post almost 2 years

This has been fixed in Visual Studio Code v1.9.
Visual Studio Code now has SCSS map syntax support:
https://code.visualstudio.com/updates/v1_9#_scss-map-support
We can now view ZURB Foundation 6 SCSS files in Visual Studio Code without seeing any false errors. At least none that I'm currently aware of.
Jim

James Watkin commented on Denis Rakhuba's post almost 2 years

I'm on macOS not Linux, but maybe what worked for me could work for you:
http://foundation.zurb.com/forum/posts/50322#comment_36920
Jim

James Watkin commented on James Watkin's post almost 2 years

Everything seems to work fine now, after recreating my ZURB Template installation:
I removed everything and started over using nvm. This way, I was able to globally install nvm, node, npm, gulp, and bower without using sudo.
I stopped using the Foundation CLI to create my ZURB Template. I used this ZURB documented "git clone" alternative:
git clone https://github.com/zurb/foundation-zurb-template projectname
I then deleted the ZURB .git directory that comes with this repo.
Then I navigated to my ZURB Template directory and ran "npm install" to create the node_modules/ and "bower install" to create the bower_components/. I now use "npm start" instead of "foundation watch" to get things going.
Jim

James Watkin commented on James Watkin's post almost 2 years

Rafi,
You're correct. This is the video. The moment I was thinking of begins at around 4:50. Thank you very much.
Jim

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  • npm start errors

    By Denis Rakhuba

    npmsitespizza amoregulp

    Second day I'm getting errors when I'm trying to run npm start on linux. I've already installed globally both npm, bower, gulp, git. Updated them to last versions. Tried to install zurb template in a lot of different ways with installing both bower and np... (continued)

    Last Reply by James Watkin almost 2 years ago



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You commented on James Watkin's post 4 months

I also tried this syntax:
Foundation.reInit($("#orbit-x201467"), {autoPlay: false});

Although this didn't work either, maybe some variation of it will. At least this syntax doesn't throw a JavaScript error.

You commented on James Watkin's post about 1 year

I received a direct email from Rafi at ZURB about this issue. Regarding deep-linking the "Responsive Accordion Tabs" container, Rafi writes:
"It is a feature of tabs and accordions but not the Accordion-tab plugin."
 
Jim

You commented on James Watkin's post about 1 year

Chris,
After posting my previous comment and editing it, I see that your solution comment is missing. I didn't delete it, and I doubt if it's even possible for me to have deleted it.
?
Jim  

You commented on James Watkin's post about 1 year

Thank you Chris!
Based on your post, I think I might have narrowed it down even further to just the "smudge" attributes. The "data-update-history="true" attribute seems to work for me, but either or both "smudge" attributes causes the problem.
Thank you again.
Jim 
 

You commented on James Watkin's post about 1 year

I did some more tests with a clean version of the ZURB template. I was able to reproduce the issue. If I don't use the deep-link attributes, the responsive accordion tabs seems to work fine. I've added a comment with my details to this existing closed issue:
https://github.com/zurb/foundation-sites/issues/9494
Can anyone confirm this as a ZURB Foundation 6.4.3 bug, or if I have the configuration wrong?
Thank you.
Jim

You commented on James Watkin's post over 1 year

In my Pros and Cons above, I described a preference for not downloading an image until it's needed. I suppose if one isn't concerned about network bandwidth, then one might prefer to have both images download when the page loads so there's no delay to download the image(s) when changing the size of the browser window.
Jim

You commented on James Watkin's post almost 2 years

This has been fixed in Visual Studio Code v1.9.
Visual Studio Code now has SCSS map syntax support:
https://code.visualstudio.com/updates/v1_9#_scss-map-support
We can now view ZURB Foundation 6 SCSS files in Visual Studio Code without seeing any false errors. At least none that I'm currently aware of.
Jim

You commented on Denis Rakhuba's post almost 2 years

I'm on macOS not Linux, but maybe what worked for me could work for you:
http://foundation.zurb.com/forum/posts/50322#comment_36920
Jim

You commented on James Watkin's post almost 2 years

Everything seems to work fine now, after recreating my ZURB Template installation:
I removed everything and started over using nvm. This way, I was able to globally install nvm, node, npm, gulp, and bower without using sudo.
I stopped using the Foundation CLI to create my ZURB Template. I used this ZURB documented "git clone" alternative:
git clone https://github.com/zurb/foundation-zurb-template projectname
I then deleted the ZURB .git directory that comes with this repo.
Then I navigated to my ZURB Template directory and ran "npm install" to create the node_modules/ and "bower install" to create the bower_components/. I now use "npm start" instead of "foundation watch" to get things going.
Jim

You commented on James Watkin's post almost 2 years

Rafi,
You're correct. This is the video. The moment I was thinking of begins at around 4:50. Thank you very much.
Jim

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