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Scott Anderson commented on Ole Fredrik Lie's post about 5 years

We have been using FoundationPress for several months now, and recently I've tried to locate an RSS feed for our site. However, I can't seem to find one.

I'm not very well-versed in Wordpress. Can anyone help me figure out how to add a valid RSS feed? I thought this was automatically done by Wordpress, but I'm not seeing anything anywhere... nor am I seeing anything in the output of our Source Code.

http://blog.threadbird.com

Thanks.

Scott Anderson commented on Ole Fredrik Lie's post over 5 years

Ole,

Thanks so much for this theme! It has been a lifesaver for me.

I have one question as of now. In my WP Admin Settings > Reading, I have "For each article in a feed show Summary". However, this doesn't seem to work, and it continues to show the full article on article feeds.

Any thoughts?

Thanks!

Scott Anderson commented on Martin's post almost 6 years

I'm trying to figure out something similar.

I want the top-bar to operate normally on non-touch devices (i.e. Laptop), where it displays the dropdown on hover.

However, on touch devices I want the dropdown to show on-click. And, you have to click the top link again to go to that link. This is the way http://foundation.zurb.com/ works, but it's not working for my build on touch devices. When I touch a top-bar link, it displays the dropdown for a moment and then takes me to that page, rather than displaying the dropdown and allowing me to choose a link.

Scott Anderson commented on Greg Blass's post almost 6 years

I'm having the same issue. I'm using Firefox 25.0.1 and Safari 7.0.

Scott Anderson commented on Bekah Rice's post almost 6 years

Like Mihai mentioned, if you haven't updated to the latest version of Foundation (5.0.2), that should fix it.

Scott Anderson commented on Neil Haskins's post almost 6 years

Neil,

You should be able to set your top-bar breakpoint like this:

$topbar-breakpoint: (768px) !default; // Change to 9999px for always mobile layout
$topbar-media-query: "only screen and (min-width: #{$topbar-breakpoint})";

Scott Anderson commented on Scott Anderson's post almost 6 years

To be more specific, can anyone list out the steps that should be taken to update a Rails project currently using Foundation 4? The foundation-rails gem seems to give us a half-baked update (without critical SASS files), and the Foundation documents are very confusing.

Are we supposed to update the gem and then manually migrate the Javascript and then manually install bower and then manually update Foundation with Compass? Or, is the foundation-rails gem supposed to do everything?

Scott Anderson commented on Scott Anderson's post almost 6 years

Thanks Michael. Unfortunately, I don't even have a _global.scss file. I guess I'll wait for an update.

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You commented on Ole Fredrik Lie's post about 5 years

We have been using FoundationPress for several months now, and recently I've tried to locate an RSS feed for our site. However, I can't seem to find one.

I'm not very well-versed in Wordpress. Can anyone help me figure out how to add a valid RSS feed? I thought this was automatically done by Wordpress, but I'm not seeing anything anywhere... nor am I seeing anything in the output of our Source Code.

http://blog.threadbird.com

Thanks.

You commented on Ole Fredrik Lie's post over 5 years

Ole,

Thanks so much for this theme! It has been a lifesaver for me.

I have one question as of now. In my WP Admin Settings > Reading, I have "For each article in a feed show Summary". However, this doesn't seem to work, and it continues to show the full article on article feeds.

Any thoughts?

Thanks!

You commented on Martin's post almost 6 years

I'm trying to figure out something similar.

I want the top-bar to operate normally on non-touch devices (i.e. Laptop), where it displays the dropdown on hover.

However, on touch devices I want the dropdown to show on-click. And, you have to click the top link again to go to that link. This is the way http://foundation.zurb.com/ works, but it's not working for my build on touch devices. When I touch a top-bar link, it displays the dropdown for a moment and then takes me to that page, rather than displaying the dropdown and allowing me to choose a link.

You commented on Greg Blass's post almost 6 years

I'm having the same issue. I'm using Firefox 25.0.1 and Safari 7.0.

You commented on Bekah Rice's post almost 6 years

Like Mihai mentioned, if you haven't updated to the latest version of Foundation (5.0.2), that should fix it.

You commented on Neil Haskins's post almost 6 years

Neil,

You should be able to set your top-bar breakpoint like this:

$topbar-breakpoint: (768px) !default; // Change to 9999px for always mobile layout
$topbar-media-query: "only screen and (min-width: #{$topbar-breakpoint})";

You commented on Scott Anderson's post almost 6 years

To be more specific, can anyone list out the steps that should be taken to update a Rails project currently using Foundation 4? The foundation-rails gem seems to give us a half-baked update (without critical SASS files), and the Foundation documents are very confusing.

Are we supposed to update the gem and then manually migrate the Javascript and then manually install bower and then manually update Foundation with Compass? Or, is the foundation-rails gem supposed to do everything?

You commented on Scott Anderson's post almost 6 years

Thanks Michael. Unfortunately, I don't even have a _global.scss file. I guess I'll wait for an update.

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