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Eric Morris commented on Craig Adams's post about 5 years

This is because Foundation 5 only supports Internet Explorer 9 and above.

Eric Morris commented on Steve Trask's post about 5 years

Change line 105 of foundation.magellan.js from this:

expedition.css({position: 'fixed', top: settings.fixed_top});

to this:

expedition.css({position:'fixed', top: settings.fixed_top, minWidth: 0, width: expedition.outerWidth() + 'px'});

Eric Morris commented on Jeremy Englert's post over 5 years

Nope. Foundation for Sites, Foundation for Apps and Ink 2.0 (Foundation for Email) will all be supported members of the Foundation family.

Though we have no plans to phase out Foundation for Sites, we won't be doing as much feature development for it while we focus on getting Foundation for Apps and Foundation for Email up to speed. While limited resources is a part of this, a much bigger factor is that Foundation for Sites has, for the most part, reached a stage of maturity. We've reached a stage where there aren't a lot of features we'd actively want to add (we can only cram in so many UI elements, and almost all of the base behaviors and patterns we want are represented within the fairly robust grid), and the community handles a lot of the support burden, both through pull requests and the forum. The fact that Foundation for Sites is rapidly approaching self sufficiency is what caused us to explore these other avenues in the first place, to see where else we could apply ZURB's designers and developers to create value for the community.

Eric Morris commented on Tim Fogarty's post over 5 years

I'm assuming you mean a Foundation developer, since ZURB is the name of the company that maintains Foundation. All ZURB developers are, therefore, by definition, happily employed at ZURB currently. :P

Eric Morris commented on Rafi Benkual's post over 5 years

@James

Orbit will most likely not be included in Foundation for Apps (Foundation 6) because it isn't a very common pattern for stateful web apps (it's more of a site feature than an app feature). We are, however, looking at ways to replicate some of the functionalities of Orbit that do make sense for app use cases.

Eric Morris commented on Stéphane Richin's post over 5 years

JavaScript handles floating point numbers in really weird ways. There should probably be some sort of enforced rounding on the slider output values.

Eric Morris commented on Cyrus David's post over 5 years

The Foundation Javascript was an uneven mix of the two styles, and migrating to snake_case from camelCase required fewer changes. The core devs who were responsible for the decision are Ruby developers, so that colored the choice as well.

The change does, however, give the benefit that it's much easier to tell what is a Foundation function and what's a call to the native API due to the naming conventions.

Eric Morris commented on Karl Ward's post over 5 years

ZURB is on Pacific Standard Time, Alexander, so we'll try to get to your email when we get into the office in five or six hours.

Eric Morris commented on andrea tagliazucchi's post over 5 years

Try adding some padding to the <td> that goes with the .body class <table>, like so:

<body style="background:#ddd">
  <table class="body" style="background:#ddd">

    <tr>
      <td class="center" align="center" valign="top" style="padding-bottom:60px;">

Eric Morris commented on Brian Simons's post over 5 years

It sounds like Modernizr isn't loading correctly. Is it included in the head of the document and not kicking an error in the JS console?

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You commented on Craig Adams's post about 5 years

This is because Foundation 5 only supports Internet Explorer 9 and above.

You commented on Steve Trask's post about 5 years

Change line 105 of foundation.magellan.js from this:

expedition.css({position: 'fixed', top: settings.fixed_top});

to this:

expedition.css({position:'fixed', top: settings.fixed_top, minWidth: 0, width: expedition.outerWidth() + 'px'});

You commented on Jeremy Englert's post over 5 years

Nope. Foundation for Sites, Foundation for Apps and Ink 2.0 (Foundation for Email) will all be supported members of the Foundation family.

Though we have no plans to phase out Foundation for Sites, we won't be doing as much feature development for it while we focus on getting Foundation for Apps and Foundation for Email up to speed. While limited resources is a part of this, a much bigger factor is that Foundation for Sites has, for the most part, reached a stage of maturity. We've reached a stage where there aren't a lot of features we'd actively want to add (we can only cram in so many UI elements, and almost all of the base behaviors and patterns we want are represented within the fairly robust grid), and the community handles a lot of the support burden, both through pull requests and the forum. The fact that Foundation for Sites is rapidly approaching self sufficiency is what caused us to explore these other avenues in the first place, to see where else we could apply ZURB's designers and developers to create value for the community.

You commented on Tim Fogarty's post over 5 years

I'm assuming you mean a Foundation developer, since ZURB is the name of the company that maintains Foundation. All ZURB developers are, therefore, by definition, happily employed at ZURB currently. :P

You commented on Rafi Benkual's post over 5 years

@James

Orbit will most likely not be included in Foundation for Apps (Foundation 6) because it isn't a very common pattern for stateful web apps (it's more of a site feature than an app feature). We are, however, looking at ways to replicate some of the functionalities of Orbit that do make sense for app use cases.

You commented on Stéphane Richin's post over 5 years

JavaScript handles floating point numbers in really weird ways. There should probably be some sort of enforced rounding on the slider output values.

You commented on Cyrus David's post over 5 years

The Foundation Javascript was an uneven mix of the two styles, and migrating to snake_case from camelCase required fewer changes. The core devs who were responsible for the decision are Ruby developers, so that colored the choice as well.

The change does, however, give the benefit that it's much easier to tell what is a Foundation function and what's a call to the native API due to the naming conventions.

You commented on Karl Ward's post over 5 years

ZURB is on Pacific Standard Time, Alexander, so we'll try to get to your email when we get into the office in five or six hours.

You commented on andrea tagliazucchi's post over 5 years

Try adding some padding to the <td> that goes with the .body class <table>, like so:

<body style="background:#ddd">
  <table class="body" style="background:#ddd">

    <tr>
      <td class="center" align="center" valign="top" style="padding-bottom:60px;">

You commented on Brian Simons's post over 5 years

It sounds like Modernizr isn't loading correctly. Is it included in the head of the document and not kicking an error in the JS console?

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