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bradfranklin commented on Tom Wilson's post almost 2 years

I'm looking into this as well. Anyone figure this out? I'm not sure how to handle the core woocommerce css.
I do know that regarding the above code the class names need to be change to match your corresponding theme's class names (see page.php)
Are you using JointWP 4 or JointsWP 5 beta? I'm trying to set up JointsWP 5 beta. The classes are different on JWP 5 in beta.
Here is the code for adding the woo 3.0 gallery features:
 
https://woocommerce.wordpress.com/2017/02/28/adding-support-for-woocommerce-2-7s-new-gallery-feature-to-your-theme/

bradfranklin commented on Brett HOlcomb's post almost 2 years

Just came across a tutorial that others my find helpful. 
 
Introducing WPGulp: An Easy to Use WordPress Gulp Boilerplate
 
 
https://ahmadawais.com/introducing-wpgulp-an-easy-to-use-wordpress-gulp-boilerplate/

bradfranklin commented on Brett HOlcomb's post almost 2 years

I couldn't agree more with this whole thread. For someone new to Sass and using CLI with node, npm, gulp, bower browsersync, and all the other options, it's confusing as hell. 
I have spent 2 weeks trying to learn / setup a JointsWP 5 Foundation workflow environment (MAMP, Xampp, Desktop Server $100 lacking php version to run Woo Stripe plugin, Local by Flywheel), commit to bitbucket. It's been hell. CodeKit. Finally using CLI correctly but I don't believe I have Scss prefixer and compiler working. I'm not sure. Been trying to check versions of what packages I think was installed by CLI initially but I'm new to this (terminal sass packages via CLI), I'm not ever sure what's installed on my system via terminal. I realize there are many different ways to set this up. 
 
Anyways, if ANYONE has a link to a good tutorial on this threads topic, YouTube video, please post it!

bradfranklin commented on bradfranklin 's post almost 2 years

Follow up:  I sent out a tweet to Jeremy Englert yesterday. Looks like JointsWP 5 will be released w 6.4 xy grid next week!
https://twitter.com/JeremyEnglert/status/881221970498428929

bradfranklin commented on bradfranklin 's post almost 2 years

Thanks for github link.
I sent out a tweet to Jeremy Englert yesterday. Looks like JointsWP 5 will be released w 6.4 xy grid next week!
https://twitter.com/JeremyEnglert/status/881221970498428929

bradfranklin commented on William Siebold's post almost 2 years

Hi @jeremyenglert Just did the 6.4 webinar on the new xy grid. Can we implement that into JointsWP sass?  http://foundation.zurb.com/sites/6.4.0-rc/docs/xy-grid.html
Note: Will start a new thread. Not sure how to @name ppl here though, hence replied in this thread

bradfranklin commented on bradfranklin 's post almost 2 years

@wyeth-myers Thanks for your reply. Just saw it. I know the latest foundation has a new xy grid that's default now. I'm wondering if JointsWP Beta 5 is using it? http://foundation.zurb.com/sites/6.4.0-rc/docs/xy-grid.html

bradfranklin commented on Lee Honeycutt's post almost 2 years

I've been hitting flex hard the past two weeks and came across some great resources and tutorials.
 
See:
 
https://codepen.io/enxaneta/full/adLPwv/
 
https://css-tricks.com/snippets/css/a-guide-to-flexbox/
 
https://philipwalton.github.io/solved-by-flexbox/
 
______________
 
 
I think what you may need to accomplish your goal is to set up multiple nested flexbox containers. Set the parent to the flex items with 
 
 
flex-direction: column;

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    Hi I'm hoping to use JointsWP  to build a woocommerce site. It looks like its quite doable but I'm having a bit of trouble using hooks as described here Will it work adding the following to the JointsWP function.php? I've done so but it doesn... (continued)

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You commented on Tom Wilson's post almost 2 years

I'm looking into this as well. Anyone figure this out? I'm not sure how to handle the core woocommerce css.
I do know that regarding the above code the class names need to be change to match your corresponding theme's class names (see page.php)
Are you using JointWP 4 or JointsWP 5 beta? I'm trying to set up JointsWP 5 beta. The classes are different on JWP 5 in beta.
Here is the code for adding the woo 3.0 gallery features:
 
https://woocommerce.wordpress.com/2017/02/28/adding-support-for-woocommerce-2-7s-new-gallery-feature-to-your-theme/

You commented on Brett HOlcomb's post almost 2 years

Just came across a tutorial that others my find helpful. 
 
Introducing WPGulp: An Easy to Use WordPress Gulp Boilerplate
 
 
https://ahmadawais.com/introducing-wpgulp-an-easy-to-use-wordpress-gulp-boilerplate/

You commented on Brett HOlcomb's post almost 2 years

I couldn't agree more with this whole thread. For someone new to Sass and using CLI with node, npm, gulp, bower browsersync, and all the other options, it's confusing as hell. 
I have spent 2 weeks trying to learn / setup a JointsWP 5 Foundation workflow environment (MAMP, Xampp, Desktop Server $100 lacking php version to run Woo Stripe plugin, Local by Flywheel), commit to bitbucket. It's been hell. CodeKit. Finally using CLI correctly but I don't believe I have Scss prefixer and compiler working. I'm not sure. Been trying to check versions of what packages I think was installed by CLI initially but I'm new to this (terminal sass packages via CLI), I'm not ever sure what's installed on my system via terminal. I realize there are many different ways to set this up. 
 
Anyways, if ANYONE has a link to a good tutorial on this threads topic, YouTube video, please post it!

You commented on bradfranklin 's post almost 2 years

Follow up:  I sent out a tweet to Jeremy Englert yesterday. Looks like JointsWP 5 will be released w 6.4 xy grid next week!
https://twitter.com/JeremyEnglert/status/881221970498428929

You commented on bradfranklin 's post almost 2 years

Thanks for github link.
I sent out a tweet to Jeremy Englert yesterday. Looks like JointsWP 5 will be released w 6.4 xy grid next week!
https://twitter.com/JeremyEnglert/status/881221970498428929

You commented on William Siebold's post almost 2 years

Hi @jeremyenglert Just did the 6.4 webinar on the new xy grid. Can we implement that into JointsWP sass?  http://foundation.zurb.com/sites/6.4.0-rc/docs/xy-grid.html
Note: Will start a new thread. Not sure how to @name ppl here though, hence replied in this thread

You commented on bradfranklin 's post almost 2 years

@wyeth-myers Thanks for your reply. Just saw it. I know the latest foundation has a new xy grid that's default now. I'm wondering if JointsWP Beta 5 is using it? http://foundation.zurb.com/sites/6.4.0-rc/docs/xy-grid.html

You commented on Lee Honeycutt's post almost 2 years

I've been hitting flex hard the past two weeks and came across some great resources and tutorials.
 
See:
 
https://codepen.io/enxaneta/full/adLPwv/
 
https://css-tricks.com/snippets/css/a-guide-to-flexbox/
 
https://philipwalton.github.io/solved-by-flexbox/
 
______________
 
 
I think what you may need to accomplish your goal is to set up multiple nested flexbox containers. Set the parent to the flex items with 
 
 
flex-direction: column;

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