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Briar commented on Roy Six's post over 2 years

I had this same issue with a dropdown going under an Orbit slider - this worked a treat. :)
Thanks for posting, Roy!

Briar commented on Kari's post over 5 years

This may be new, but you can now 'turn off' the logic that aborts the function if elements are stacked:

 $(document).foundation({
    equalizer: {
        equalize_on_stack: true
    }
});

Briar commented on Carlo Laitano's post over 5 years

The 'active' class is removed from the 'siblings' - put the 'data-orbit-link' on your 'large-6' div elements rather than the a and things will work as desired.

Briar commented on henry wu's post over 5 years

I know this is a late reply, but just struck the same issue myself.
The 'active' class is removed from the 'siblings' - put the 'data-orbit-link' on the li element rather than the a and things will work as desired.

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You commented on Roy Six's post over 2 years

I had this same issue with a dropdown going under an Orbit slider - this worked a treat. :)
Thanks for posting, Roy!

You commented on Kari's post over 5 years

This may be new, but you can now 'turn off' the logic that aborts the function if elements are stacked:

 $(document).foundation({
    equalizer: {
        equalize_on_stack: true
    }
});

You commented on Carlo Laitano's post over 5 years

The 'active' class is removed from the 'siblings' - put the 'data-orbit-link' on your 'large-6' div elements rather than the a and things will work as desired.

You commented on henry wu's post over 5 years

I know this is a late reply, but just struck the same issue myself.
The 'active' class is removed from the 'siblings' - put the 'data-orbit-link' on the li element rather than the a and things will work as desired.

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