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timmy commented on timmy's post over 3 years

This did the trick, thanks!

timmy commented on timmy's post almost 4 years

Great thank you.

timmy commented on timmy's post almost 4 years

Hey Bryan, I only see a download link there. No hosted/preview version.

timmy commented on timmy's post over 4 years

I understand. How you manage your projects would be wiser. Unfortunately our environment is not setup like that. All of our apps are in the same root folder. So I got it to work :)

I found a solution for my situation. I made a base.scss file which imports all of the foundation components.
This file will then be used in any future project. Importing components from one central location.

@import "../../assets/foundation/bower_components/foundation/scss/foundation/components/accordion",

I'm importing every component so I can manually switch of components when I don't use them.
I was looking for a variable to use in the import statement to replace this part: "../../assets/foundation/bower_components/foundation/scss/foundation/components/"

I read that this is not (yet) a feature in Sass. But maybe someone has a work around for this?

Anyway, thanks for the reply Rafi.

timmy commented on Matt Heslington's post over 4 years

You should not use an iframe for this technique.

Take a look at this article:
http://demosthenes.info/blog/777/Create-Fullscreen-HTML5-Page-Background-Video

With this codepen:
http://codepen.io/dudleystorey/pen/knqyK

timmy commented on Ben Hutchings's post almost 5 years

Seriously thanks for this. I was bending my head around the inequal stacking thing. Muchos Gracias!

timmy commented on timmy's post almost 5 years

Wow Rafi, that did it. Thanks for your help.

timmy commented on Anna Callahan's post almost 5 years

Sorry, I missed a question. You don't need to change anything else.

timmy commented on Anna Callahan's post almost 5 years

Hi Anna,

Yes you can. Cut the gutter in half means you end up with 0.9375rem gutter. So you columns get wider.

The outcome is that your column content will be closer the next columns's content.

timmy commented on Torsten Mueller's post about 5 years

the link does not work anymore

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You commented on timmy's post over 3 years

This did the trick, thanks!

You commented on timmy's post almost 4 years

Great thank you.

You commented on timmy's post almost 4 years

Hey Bryan, I only see a download link there. No hosted/preview version.

You commented on timmy's post over 4 years

I understand. How you manage your projects would be wiser. Unfortunately our environment is not setup like that. All of our apps are in the same root folder. So I got it to work :)

I found a solution for my situation. I made a base.scss file which imports all of the foundation components.
This file will then be used in any future project. Importing components from one central location.

@import "../../assets/foundation/bower_components/foundation/scss/foundation/components/accordion",

I'm importing every component so I can manually switch of components when I don't use them.
I was looking for a variable to use in the import statement to replace this part: "../../assets/foundation/bower_components/foundation/scss/foundation/components/"

I read that this is not (yet) a feature in Sass. But maybe someone has a work around for this?

Anyway, thanks for the reply Rafi.

You commented on Matt Heslington's post over 4 years

You should not use an iframe for this technique.

Take a look at this article:
http://demosthenes.info/blog/777/Create-Fullscreen-HTML5-Page-Background-Video

With this codepen:
http://codepen.io/dudleystorey/pen/knqyK

You commented on Ben Hutchings's post almost 5 years

Seriously thanks for this. I was bending my head around the inequal stacking thing. Muchos Gracias!

You commented on timmy's post almost 5 years

Wow Rafi, that did it. Thanks for your help.

You commented on Anna Callahan's post almost 5 years

Sorry, I missed a question. You don't need to change anything else.

You commented on Anna Callahan's post almost 5 years

Hi Anna,

Yes you can. Cut the gutter in half means you end up with 0.9375rem gutter. So you columns get wider.

The outcome is that your column content will be closer the next columns's content.

You commented on Torsten Mueller's post about 5 years

the link does not work anymore

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