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    By Michael Smeal

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    Hello Friends! So I currently have a project where I am using tabs, magellan, custom post types, and acf. To give an idea of what I am working on: Custom post type creates the content, acf fields within the post type with repeater fields, Tabs are of e... (continued)



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Michael Smeal commented on Marcus Koch's post 4 months

Hi Marcus,
Thank you sir! Hopefully we can get this working correctly! Would you happen to the link so I could follow along as well?
Michael

Michael Smeal commented on Marcus Koch's post 4 months

Hi Marcus, 
I am not sure on the whole spam thing. I see that now. It appears that we are experiencing the same issue on this. Im curious as to how we can get this to work correctly. 
Not working on a Touch Screen PC using Microsoft Edge and IE.
Foundation version: 6.3.1
Thanks again!

Michael Smeal commented on Marcus Koch's post 4 months

Hi Marcus,
I am experiencing the same issue. For me it is only happening when using Microsoft Edge on a Touch Screen Device. 
Thanks for the update!
Michael

Michael Smeal commented on Benoit champagne's post over 1 year

Hi Jonathan,
Here is what worked for me...
$(document).ready(function() {
$('.accordion').on('down.zf.accordion', function() {

Foundation.reInit('equalizer');

});
});
The foundation js file will need to be initialized before in order for this to work.
Hope this helps.

Michael Smeal commented on Benoit champagne's post over 1 year

YAY! Thats amazing. You're awesome! Great job debugging it. Glad i was able to help. That one particularly stumped me for quite some time.
Cheers!

Michael Smeal commented on Benoit champagne's post over 1 year

Not a worry. Monday's are always a slow start.
Hmmm, to that error. Have you tried adding any other js functionality at all and if so, do they show the same error?

Michael Smeal commented on Benoit champagne's post over 1 year

Also on another note, you will also have to wrap that snippet with ...
$(document).ready(function() {

});

Michael Smeal commented on Benoit champagne's post over 1 year

Hi Benoit,
If your element that you are trying to target is a class, you will have to place a period before it within the parenthesis. 
$('.accordion').on('down.zf.accordion', function() {

Foundation.reInit('equalizer');

});
 
 

Michael Smeal commented on Benoit champagne's post over 1 year

You're very welcome. Let me know how it turns out.

Michael Smeal commented on Benoit champagne's post over 1 year

Hi Benoit!
This snippet of js code can be added either to an external js file or to your footer before the </body> tag.
// Replace your element class within the ('class/id here').

$('class/id here').on('down.zf.accordion', function() {
Foundation.reInit('equalizer');
});
Hope that this gave a little better understanding of the placement of this. Feel free to message back if you need more assistance.
Thank you,
Michael
 
 

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You commented on Marcus Koch's post 4 months

Hi Marcus,
Thank you sir! Hopefully we can get this working correctly! Would you happen to the link so I could follow along as well?
Michael

You commented on Marcus Koch's post 4 months

Hi Marcus, 
I am not sure on the whole spam thing. I see that now. It appears that we are experiencing the same issue on this. Im curious as to how we can get this to work correctly. 
Not working on a Touch Screen PC using Microsoft Edge and IE.
Foundation version: 6.3.1
Thanks again!

You commented on Marcus Koch's post 4 months

Hi Marcus,
I am experiencing the same issue. For me it is only happening when using Microsoft Edge on a Touch Screen Device. 
Thanks for the update!
Michael

You commented on Benoit champagne's post over 1 year

Hi Jonathan,
Here is what worked for me...
$(document).ready(function() {
$('.accordion').on('down.zf.accordion', function() {

Foundation.reInit('equalizer');

});
});
The foundation js file will need to be initialized before in order for this to work.
Hope this helps.

You commented on Benoit champagne's post over 1 year

YAY! Thats amazing. You're awesome! Great job debugging it. Glad i was able to help. That one particularly stumped me for quite some time.
Cheers!

You commented on Benoit champagne's post over 1 year

Not a worry. Monday's are always a slow start.
Hmmm, to that error. Have you tried adding any other js functionality at all and if so, do they show the same error?

You commented on Benoit champagne's post over 1 year

Also on another note, you will also have to wrap that snippet with ...
$(document).ready(function() {

});

You commented on Benoit champagne's post over 1 year

Hi Benoit,
If your element that you are trying to target is a class, you will have to place a period before it within the parenthesis. 
$('.accordion').on('down.zf.accordion', function() {

Foundation.reInit('equalizer');

});
 
 

You commented on Benoit champagne's post over 1 year

You're very welcome. Let me know how it turns out.

You commented on Benoit champagne's post over 1 year

Hi Benoit!
This snippet of js code can be added either to an external js file or to your footer before the </body> tag.
// Replace your element class within the ('class/id here').

$('class/id here').on('down.zf.accordion', function() {
Foundation.reInit('equalizer');
});
Hope that this gave a little better understanding of the placement of this. Feel free to message back if you need more assistance.
Thank you,
Michael
 
 

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