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  • No right and left padding in grid

    By Kilian D.

    gridcell

    Hello,   I have this grid-x that has several cell-childen. The red background ist just for demonstration. It will be white and the outer borders of the cells left and right should be even to the text that will be floating below. therefore i will n... (continued)

    Last Reply by Tina about 1 month ago



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  • Cell broader than parent cell

    By Kilian D.

    gridbroaderlookcell

    Hello, for an article page i want to add some elements that are broader than its parent. exemple:   The reason is that i want the text to be easy to read while images look better when they are wider than the text...   I tried width:110% ... (continued)

    Last Reply by Kilian D. about 2 months ago


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  • Sticky- but only if smaller than screen

    By Kilian D.

    sticky

    Hello, i am new to Foundation and i am using a sticky as a sidebar. It works perfectly on large screens. But if the sidebar is taller than the browser window the lower parts are hidden for users. Therefore i thought it would be good to just "stick" the c... (continued)

    Last Reply by Kilian D. about 1 month ago


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Kilian D. commented on Kilian D.'s post about 1 month

hello,
the problem was that i forgot a ".cell"...
thanks for your help!

Kilian D. commented on Kilian D.'s post about 1 month

Hello
it is a grid-x-pattern, no .row's.
And the .align-justify class, attached to the parent-div (grid-x) has no effect :(

Kilian D. commented on Kilian D.'s post about 1 month

Hello,
 
there is the bigger parent with the red background with the cells inside.
 
The padding between the cells is ok, but there should be NO padding at the outer left and right sides of the cells.
at the moment it is like this:

It is working with the code
 
<div class="grid-x grid-padding-x grid-padding-y" style="margin-left:-.98684rem-.98684rem">

but i want to know if there is already a class for this like no-outer-padding.
I could then use this official class instead of dirty fixing.
Best!

Kilian D. commented on Kilian D.'s post about 1 month

no, because then there is no padding between ALL children.
I want that padding between the children cells but not to the parent.

Kilian D. commented on Kilian D.'s post about 1 month

i know the sass-variable pagination-mobile-items
But is there a possibility to just add a css class to the html?

Kilian D. commented on Kilian D.'s post about 1 month

yes, this is the reason for forums :D

Kilian D. commented on Kilian D.'s post about 2 months

i really would appreciate some help in this thing :D

Kilian D. commented on Kilian D.'s post 2 months

(i am getting a lot of javascript errors when posting... i hope there is no double post though)

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You commented on Kilian D.'s post about 1 month

hello,
the problem was that i forgot a ".cell"...
thanks for your help!

You commented on Kilian D.'s post about 1 month

Hello
it is a grid-x-pattern, no .row's.
And the .align-justify class, attached to the parent-div (grid-x) has no effect :(

You commented on Kilian D.'s post about 1 month

Hello,
 
there is the bigger parent with the red background with the cells inside.
 
The padding between the cells is ok, but there should be NO padding at the outer left and right sides of the cells.
at the moment it is like this:

It is working with the code
 
<div class="grid-x grid-padding-x grid-padding-y" style="margin-left:-.98684rem-.98684rem">

but i want to know if there is already a class for this like no-outer-padding.
I could then use this official class instead of dirty fixing.
Best!

You commented on Kilian D.'s post about 1 month

no, because then there is no padding between ALL children.
I want that padding between the children cells but not to the parent.

You commented on Kilian D.'s post about 1 month

i know the sass-variable pagination-mobile-items
But is there a possibility to just add a css class to the html?

You commented on Kilian D.'s post about 1 month

yes, this is the reason for forums :D

You commented on Kilian D.'s post about 2 months

i really would appreciate some help in this thing :D

You commented on Kilian D.'s post 2 months

(i am getting a lot of javascript errors when posting... i hope there is no double post though)

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