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Feather Light commented on Feather Light's post almost 4 years

Btw, thanks for reply Brett Mason :D

"Also out of interest what do you think would be helpful to you in the docs?"

Maybe about the 'total' example/explanation in documentation, why many people here still ask about
'how to use ____ ?'
'how to combine ______ component with ________ component ?'
'how to styling _______ component in foundation 6 to like foundation 5?'

This is fundamental, I think many people ask something like there because 'nothing' in documentation. Or at least can only be understood by professionals/advanced, and are not understood by the beginner

For example, in foundation 5 have sticky or contain-to-grid class in navbar/offcanvas, maybe in foundation 6 separated about sticky (component) and navbar, but for beginner is can't understand to 'combine' them

Or like in (maybe) all of javascript description, for example i want to disable 'forceTop' option in offcanvas. The question of beginner how to use this variable, because no example in documentation, full script javascript from to . In documentation now only part of script, who only can be understood for advanced user no for beginner

So my conclusion is about :
maybe will good for adding 'combine' section in documentation
the full of example, like html tag, etc

Feather Light commented on Yan Wong's post almost 4 years

Up up
Same with this question

I added some question :
What equal with class="contain-to-grid" or "fixed" or "sticky"
like in http://foundation.zurb.com/sites/docs/v/5.5.3/components/topbar.html#positioning-the-bar
In Foundation 6 ?

It's added manualy ?
Any "Best Practice" to do that ?

Feather Light commented on Feather Light's post about 4 years

I know in foundation 6 is many code reduction, and yes it's good for a 'framework'

But if the documentation is also very minimal, I think it is very bad as the best framework, I think the documentation in foundation 5 more better, about the 'EXAMPLE' that can be understood by beginners, and beginners can learn about best practice from there

Hopefully foundation executive can reading this :(

Or only me who is too stupid :(

Feather Light commented on Feather Light's post about 4 years

Thanks for you're reply :)

Yes Euan G, The documentation is very very difficult for beginners, Okay for advanced user is simple to understand, but for me, for example I try to copy paste code in off canvas foundation 6 documentation code, not working for me, yes I think I'm stupid, but I hope foundation is for every one, can understand for beginer and advanced user too, not advanced user only, the documentation not for advanced only.

Thanks for your code Brett Mason, but I copy paste your code the menu not show for me, it's need a javascript configuration ?

Feather Light commented on Albert's post over 5 years

Sorry David Govea
How about your pull request https://github.com/zurb/foundation/pull/5135
There is now v.5.3 (For Site) and there has been no news about the development of fixed off-canvas feature

Thanks

Feather Light commented on Albert's post over 5 years

Many thanks to David Govea ;)
Regards

Feather Light commented on Tim Martin's post almost 6 years

Yes Brother,
I agree with you all to added feature fixed menu with off canvas.
I hope Zurb Tim is following this subject.

Yes We have received many questions about this topic, but it is very possible fiture. Zurb team may be considering about this, because I think Zurb team probably know best practices to make it with the right way

I have a fixed menu example :

http://paultrifa.com/envato/themeforest/swipebody/

Feather Light commented on Tomas Gray's post almost 6 years

I do not understand what you ask,
That I understand from the title of your post, is to make the transparent background ?
For css you can use: RGBA color

/*                                            R       G     B      Opacity   */
background-color: RGBA (255, 255, 255, 0.5);

If you want to change the image manually becomes transparent, use jquery plugins or manually change the opacity transparent tool in photoshop(but it's not free) or something like that.

Is that what you mean ?, or can explain in more detail :)

Thanks

Feather Light commented on Peter Gibb's post about 6 years

Hello PETER GIBB,
I think the notice there, was able to explain to you, about your Mistake
"File to import not found or unreadable"

First, check your ruby, gem or other system requirements is running well
And then, check your spesific asset in your config.rb file is already loaded, and readable File Permisions
See if scss folder already exist and your scss file is readable

Open your config.rb file and see :

add_import_path "bower_components/foundation/scss"
http_path = "/"
css_dir = "css"
sass_dir = "scss"
images_dir = "images"
javascripts_dir = "javascripts"

Thanks

Feather Light commented on Maxwell Le's post about 6 years

Hello John Nguyen,
I write there with the forward slash is just an example of course, it's just an example from the documentation link above,
For the forward slash is relative, as I said try to check whether important asset you need is already loaded.

Whether the issue had been resolved John Nguyen or Maxwell ?
If you succeed, congratulations :D
But if there is still a problem, try to check on whether all the assets or script needed are loaded, and see if there is a javascript console error

Thanks..

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You commented on Feather Light's post almost 4 years

Btw, thanks for reply Brett Mason :D

"Also out of interest what do you think would be helpful to you in the docs?"

Maybe about the 'total' example/explanation in documentation, why many people here still ask about
'how to use ____ ?'
'how to combine ______ component with ________ component ?'
'how to styling _______ component in foundation 6 to like foundation 5?'

This is fundamental, I think many people ask something like there because 'nothing' in documentation. Or at least can only be understood by professionals/advanced, and are not understood by the beginner

For example, in foundation 5 have sticky or contain-to-grid class in navbar/offcanvas, maybe in foundation 6 separated about sticky (component) and navbar, but for beginner is can't understand to 'combine' them

Or like in (maybe) all of javascript description, for example i want to disable 'forceTop' option in offcanvas. The question of beginner how to use this variable, because no example in documentation, full script javascript from to . In documentation now only part of script, who only can be understood for advanced user no for beginner

So my conclusion is about :
maybe will good for adding 'combine' section in documentation
the full of example, like html tag, etc

You commented on Yan Wong's post almost 4 years

Up up
Same with this question

I added some question :
What equal with class="contain-to-grid" or "fixed" or "sticky"
like in http://foundation.zurb.com/sites/docs/v/5.5.3/components/topbar.html#positioning-the-bar
In Foundation 6 ?

It's added manualy ?
Any "Best Practice" to do that ?

You commented on Feather Light's post about 4 years

I know in foundation 6 is many code reduction, and yes it's good for a 'framework'

But if the documentation is also very minimal, I think it is very bad as the best framework, I think the documentation in foundation 5 more better, about the 'EXAMPLE' that can be understood by beginners, and beginners can learn about best practice from there

Hopefully foundation executive can reading this :(

Or only me who is too stupid :(

You commented on Feather Light's post about 4 years

Thanks for you're reply :)

Yes Euan G, The documentation is very very difficult for beginners, Okay for advanced user is simple to understand, but for me, for example I try to copy paste code in off canvas foundation 6 documentation code, not working for me, yes I think I'm stupid, but I hope foundation is for every one, can understand for beginer and advanced user too, not advanced user only, the documentation not for advanced only.

Thanks for your code Brett Mason, but I copy paste your code the menu not show for me, it's need a javascript configuration ?

You commented on Albert's post over 5 years

Sorry David Govea
How about your pull request https://github.com/zurb/foundation/pull/5135
There is now v.5.3 (For Site) and there has been no news about the development of fixed off-canvas feature

Thanks

You commented on Albert's post over 5 years

Many thanks to David Govea ;)
Regards

You commented on Tim Martin's post almost 6 years

Yes Brother,
I agree with you all to added feature fixed menu with off canvas.
I hope Zurb Tim is following this subject.

Yes We have received many questions about this topic, but it is very possible fiture. Zurb team may be considering about this, because I think Zurb team probably know best practices to make it with the right way

I have a fixed menu example :

http://paultrifa.com/envato/themeforest/swipebody/

You commented on Tomas Gray's post almost 6 years

I do not understand what you ask,
That I understand from the title of your post, is to make the transparent background ?
For css you can use: RGBA color

/*                                            R       G     B      Opacity   */
background-color: RGBA (255, 255, 255, 0.5);

If you want to change the image manually becomes transparent, use jquery plugins or manually change the opacity transparent tool in photoshop(but it's not free) or something like that.

Is that what you mean ?, or can explain in more detail :)

Thanks

You commented on Peter Gibb's post about 6 years

Hello PETER GIBB,
I think the notice there, was able to explain to you, about your Mistake
"File to import not found or unreadable"

First, check your ruby, gem or other system requirements is running well
And then, check your spesific asset in your config.rb file is already loaded, and readable File Permisions
See if scss folder already exist and your scss file is readable

Open your config.rb file and see :

add_import_path "bower_components/foundation/scss"
http_path = "/"
css_dir = "css"
sass_dir = "scss"
images_dir = "images"
javascripts_dir = "javascripts"

Thanks

You commented on Maxwell Le's post about 6 years

Hello John Nguyen,
I write there with the forward slash is just an example of course, it's just an example from the documentation link above,
For the forward slash is relative, as I said try to check whether important asset you need is already loaded.

Whether the issue had been resolved John Nguyen or Maxwell ?
If you succeed, congratulations :D
But if there is still a problem, try to check on whether all the assets or script needed are loaded, and see if there is a javascript console error

Thanks..

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