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  • SASS and font size

    By Marc Pirard

    Sassremrem-baserem-calc

    Hi everyone, I am begining to use sass. To modify the font size, in "_settings.scss", i set the $rem-base to 8px and it doubles the size. Except for < h6 > and < p >. Because the size is not defined by rem-calc() like the others, but directly "1rem"! ... (continued)

    Last Reply by Rafi Benkual almost 5 years ago


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  • 3D Cards

    By Marc Pirard

    3dcard

    Hi Everyone, I use this very nice and light object : 3D Cards ( http://patterntap.com/code/3d-cards ). It was working alright until I updated to the last version of my browser (Firefox 30.0). Now, the image is still visible when the mouse is "hover"...... (continued)

    Last Reply by Rafi Benkual over 4 years ago


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  • Foundation.sass

    By Marc Pirard

    Sass

    Hi everyone, Sass seems very interessing, so I decided to learn... I am at the right begining, I installed as described (Ruby, Compass,...), created a new project and was expecting a foundation.sass or a foundation.scss file. That would be quite helpful ... (continued)

    Last Reply by Tom Hogan about 5 years ago




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Marc Pirard commented on Tom Hogan's post about 5 years

I did it and it's working! Thank you very much Tom.

Marc Pirard commented on Tom Hogan's post about 5 years

Thanks very much Tom,

I checked the path variables. They are exactly as they should. The npm in user path, ruby, node and git in system... I also tryed to reboot but no change.

The error message:
>grunt build
grunt-cli: the grunt command line interface. (v0.1.13)

Fatal error: Unable to find te local grunt.

If you're seeing this message, either a Gruntfile wasn't found or grunt
has'nt been installed localy on your project. For more info...

Marc

Marc Pirard commented on Marc Pirard's post about 5 years

Tom,

Thanks for your tutorial.

Everything worked alright until n°17 "Time to Grunt". I get the error : "Fatal error: Unable to find local grunt".

I am using Windows XP. And Bower and grunt have not been installed in their respective directories (devtools/bower and\grunt) where i ran the npm but in "C:\Documents and Settings\Administrateur\Application Data\npm\npm_modules".

So, as I don't quite understand what I am doing (in fact, nothing), I am stuck.

Could you give me a hand?

Thanks,

Marc

Marc Pirard commented on Tom Hogan's post about 5 years

Tom,

Thanks for your tutorial. Everything worked alright until n°17 "Time to Grunt". I get the error : "Fatal error: Unable to find local grunt".

I am using Windows XP. Bower and grunt have not been installed in their respective directories where i ran the npm (devtools\bower and \grunt) but in "C:\Documents and Settings\Administrateur\Application Data\npm\npm_modules".

So, as I don't quite understand what I am doing (in fact, nothing), I am stuck.

Could you give me a hand?

Thanks,

Marc

Marc Pirard commented on Marc Pirard's post over 5 years

Perfect. Thank you.

Marc Pirard commented on Marc Pirard's post over 5 years

I want to have all the images in the list. But without the carousel and displayed in full screen. The 2 arrows are sufficient to go through the images. If I use the class "clearing-thumbs" and remove data-clearing, when I click on the "thumb", the image is shown in full screen, it is the way I want it. But to go to the next one, I need to close the "modal" and click on the next thumb...

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You commented on Tom Hogan's post about 5 years

I did it and it's working! Thank you very much Tom.

You commented on Tom Hogan's post about 5 years

Thanks very much Tom,

I checked the path variables. They are exactly as they should. The npm in user path, ruby, node and git in system... I also tryed to reboot but no change.

The error message:
>grunt build
grunt-cli: the grunt command line interface. (v0.1.13)

Fatal error: Unable to find te local grunt.

If you're seeing this message, either a Gruntfile wasn't found or grunt
has'nt been installed localy on your project. For more info...

Marc

You commented on Marc Pirard's post about 5 years

Tom,

Thanks for your tutorial.

Everything worked alright until n°17 "Time to Grunt". I get the error : "Fatal error: Unable to find local grunt".

I am using Windows XP. And Bower and grunt have not been installed in their respective directories (devtools/bower and\grunt) where i ran the npm but in "C:\Documents and Settings\Administrateur\Application Data\npm\npm_modules".

So, as I don't quite understand what I am doing (in fact, nothing), I am stuck.

Could you give me a hand?

Thanks,

Marc

You commented on Tom Hogan's post about 5 years

Tom,

Thanks for your tutorial. Everything worked alright until n°17 "Time to Grunt". I get the error : "Fatal error: Unable to find local grunt".

I am using Windows XP. Bower and grunt have not been installed in their respective directories where i ran the npm (devtools\bower and \grunt) but in "C:\Documents and Settings\Administrateur\Application Data\npm\npm_modules".

So, as I don't quite understand what I am doing (in fact, nothing), I am stuck.

Could you give me a hand?

Thanks,

Marc

You commented on Marc Pirard's post over 5 years

Perfect. Thank you.

You commented on Marc Pirard's post over 5 years

I want to have all the images in the list. But without the carousel and displayed in full screen. The 2 arrows are sufficient to go through the images. If I use the class "clearing-thumbs" and remove data-clearing, when I click on the "thumb", the image is shown in full screen, it is the way I want it. But to go to the next one, I need to close the "modal" and click on the next thumb...

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