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Cliff Curtis commented on Kraim88's post over 5 years

You can probably just place it in the app.scss file. I was worried that my additions might get tossed out during an upgrade. To play it safe, create a new text file named something like "_YourFileName.scss" and place it in the same folder as your app.scss file.

Then open up your app.scss file and add a line of code at the end to import it...

@import "_YourFileName.scss";

While you're at it, duplicate your _settings.scss file and name the new file _customSettings.scss. Then reference that from your app.scss file instead of _settings.scss also (then you'll always have an original file and if the _settings.scss gets wiped out during an upgrade your customizations will be safe.

Cliff Curtis commented on samjin's post over 5 years

I just did an ASP.NET site with Foundation 5 (http://unex.uci.edu). Practically everything on my site sits inside a form tag also. You'll be fine. No bugs I'm aware related to that. For the most part the form tag just acts like a div. I even tried changing the form tag to a div and then removing the form tag completely and very little (if anything is affected).

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You can probably just place it in the app.scss file. I was worried that my additions might get tossed out during an upgrade. To play it safe, create a new text file named something like "_YourFileName.scss" and place it in the same folder as your app.scss file.

Then open up your app.scss file and add a line of code at the end to import it...

@import "_YourFileName.scss";

While you're at it, duplicate your _settings.scss file and name the new file _customSettings.scss. Then reference that from your app.scss file instead of _settings.scss also (then you'll always have an original file and if the _settings.scss gets wiped out during an upgrade your customizations will be safe.

You commented on samjin's post over 5 years

I just did an ASP.NET site with Foundation 5 (http://unex.uci.edu). Practically everything on my site sits inside a form tag also. You'll be fine. No bugs I'm aware related to that. For the most part the form tag just acts like a div. I even tried changing the form tag to a div and then removing the form tag completely and very little (if anything is affected).

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