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    By Bryan Garrant

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    I have not seen any blog entries or Slack chat at all regarding Foundation.  Is it still in development? Are you still offering any training classes? Please advise on the current state of this wonderful CSS Framework as I am about to start building a... (continued)







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Bryan Garrant commented on Bryan Garrant's post over 2 years

My footer links look like this.  Is this correct?
<script src="/src/bower_components/jquery/dist/jquery.min.js"></script>
<script src="/src/bower_components/what-input/dist/what-input.min.js"></script>
<script src="/src/bower_components/foundation-sites/dist/js/foundation.min.js"></script>
<script>
  $(document).foundation();
</script>

Bryan Garrant commented on Bryan Garrant's post over 2 years

So I may have it working using the cli.  I moved my custom.scss file into the scss folder that foundation created which had a app.scss and _settings.scss file in it already.  I updated the app.scss and _settings.scss files as needed and all is working.  The app.scss is compiling all scss files and my custom.scss to the single app.css file. 
When i run npm update will it overwrite my custom files in the scss folder?  I had them in another folder outside but they would not compile with nom start watch function.
Also I ran npm build and it did not do anything I can see.  Do I even need to run it when I am using npm start?  

Bryan Garrant commented on Bryan Garrant's post over 2 years

So I see I can import my _settings.scss and _custom.scss in the app.scss file. Looks like a may have to install Foundation in the public_html folder so it compiles to dist folder. If I run "npm update" when a new version comes out will it overwrite my app.scss file? 
Is this how I should set it up?

Bryan Garrant commented on Bryan Garrant's post over 2 years

I would also just need the basic template correct since we server templates through our CMS?

Bryan Garrant commented on Bryan Garrant's post over 2 years

This method is easy but it seems for new sites mostly. How can I adjust it and integrate in my own custom.scss styles file and use npm watch? Just confused how to install into an already existing site and use  
http://foundation.zurb.com/learn/install-foundation-6-sass-on-windows.html

Bryan Garrant commented on Bryan Garrant's post over 2 years

Git and Node

Bryan Garrant commented on Bryan Garrant's post over 2 years

I installed with NPM only normally. Used this method https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JKywQK4NPdc.  Any way to just add to an existing site instead of creating a new project?

Bryan Garrant commented on Bryan Garrant's post over 2 years

Should I just install into the public_html folder and then when asked for a project name call in "foundation" or something like that?

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You commented on Bryan Garrant's post over 2 years

My footer links look like this.  Is this correct?
<script src="/src/bower_components/jquery/dist/jquery.min.js"></script>
<script src="/src/bower_components/what-input/dist/what-input.min.js"></script>
<script src="/src/bower_components/foundation-sites/dist/js/foundation.min.js"></script>
<script>
  $(document).foundation();
</script>

You commented on Bryan Garrant's post over 2 years

So I may have it working using the cli.  I moved my custom.scss file into the scss folder that foundation created which had a app.scss and _settings.scss file in it already.  I updated the app.scss and _settings.scss files as needed and all is working.  The app.scss is compiling all scss files and my custom.scss to the single app.css file. 
When i run npm update will it overwrite my custom files in the scss folder?  I had them in another folder outside but they would not compile with nom start watch function.
Also I ran npm build and it did not do anything I can see.  Do I even need to run it when I am using npm start?  

You commented on Bryan Garrant's post over 2 years

So I see I can import my _settings.scss and _custom.scss in the app.scss file. Looks like a may have to install Foundation in the public_html folder so it compiles to dist folder. If I run "npm update" when a new version comes out will it overwrite my app.scss file? 
Is this how I should set it up?

You commented on Bryan Garrant's post over 2 years

I would also just need the basic template correct since we server templates through our CMS?

You commented on Bryan Garrant's post over 2 years

This method is easy but it seems for new sites mostly. How can I adjust it and integrate in my own custom.scss styles file and use npm watch? Just confused how to install into an already existing site and use  
http://foundation.zurb.com/learn/install-foundation-6-sass-on-windows.html

You commented on Bryan Garrant's post over 2 years

Git and Node

You commented on Bryan Garrant's post over 2 years

I installed with NPM only normally. Used this method https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JKywQK4NPdc.  Any way to just add to an existing site instead of creating a new project?

You commented on Bryan Garrant's post over 2 years

Should I just install into the public_html folder and then when asked for a project name call in "foundation" or something like that?

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