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Nathaniel Flick commented on Adam Pery's post over 2 years

Hi, I love your plugin, in fact I'm using it in a compilation theme + FoundationPress here: http://reddragon.dirtandrust.com.
One question, it's a problem for me that any image url brought in to the text editor then becomes static, when they should be dynamic and work anywhere, regardless of url. When I move a site all EFS links don't update but are the old site links.
Any chance you will fix this or is it possible to fix?

Nathaniel Flick commented on Brian Martin's post almost 4 years

Why are you using the back button on a single page website?

Nathaniel Flick commented on Brian Martin's post almost 4 years

Hi James

Yes used the technique on this website in particular:

http://www.the-briefing.co.nz

Basically you have your page that's a collection of the includes that has the parallax, and each include is an html file with the seo content therein. The sitemap.xml file points to those includes as well as the page itself so all sections are counted toward SEO.

Hope this helps!

Nathaniel Flick commented on Luis perez's post over 4 years

You need to install the compass ruby gem, some good discussion here on this: http://css-tricks.com/forums/topic/compasssass-on-windows/

Nathaniel Flick commented on Kamal Ahmad's post over 4 years

I don't think there's anything in the works for things like a datepicker. Foundation is a responsive framework, not so much a jquery widget creator. :)

That being said, you can crop images using your cms or back end of choice or even css using clip-path property.

Also, don't use the carousel, try one of these instead (Foundation itself says to not use Orbit):

http://kenwheeler.github.io/slick/

http://dimsemenov.com/plugins/royal-slider/

Nathaniel Flick commented on JK's post almost 5 years

If init doesn't work then try the start callback:

$(document).foundation('topbar', 'start');

Nathaniel Flick commented on JK's post almost 5 years

Per this post and others you can use callbacks on just about any Foundation component, this example quotes orbit slider: http://foundation.zurb.com/forum/posts/1761-reinitialize-foundation-orbit-on-screen-resize

So extending the above examples I think you can put this document call at the end of your ajax call so top bar recognises your new ajaxed html:

$(document).foundation('topbar', 'init');

Nathaniel Flick commented on Asif's post about 5 years

For accordion I just updated dd to section:

$(".accordion").on("click", "section", function () {
$("section.active").find(".content").slideUp("slow");
if(!$(this).hasClass("active")) {
$(this).find(".content").slideToggle("slow");
}
});

And it works great.

Nathaniel Flick commented on Adam Jenkins's post over 5 years

Have you put the vid embed codes in? And have you set up clearing according to these steps? http://foundation.zurb.com/docs/components/clearing.html

Nathaniel Flick commented on Michal Sram's post over 5 years

Max width initial is not supported in ie per mdn spec: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/CSS/initial

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You commented on Adam Pery's post over 2 years

Hi, I love your plugin, in fact I'm using it in a compilation theme + FoundationPress here: http://reddragon.dirtandrust.com.
One question, it's a problem for me that any image url brought in to the text editor then becomes static, when they should be dynamic and work anywhere, regardless of url. When I move a site all EFS links don't update but are the old site links.
Any chance you will fix this or is it possible to fix?

You commented on Brian Martin's post almost 4 years

Why are you using the back button on a single page website?

You commented on Brian Martin's post almost 4 years

Hi James

Yes used the technique on this website in particular:

http://www.the-briefing.co.nz

Basically you have your page that's a collection of the includes that has the parallax, and each include is an html file with the seo content therein. The sitemap.xml file points to those includes as well as the page itself so all sections are counted toward SEO.

Hope this helps!

You commented on Luis perez's post over 4 years

You need to install the compass ruby gem, some good discussion here on this: http://css-tricks.com/forums/topic/compasssass-on-windows/

You commented on Kamal Ahmad's post over 4 years

I don't think there's anything in the works for things like a datepicker. Foundation is a responsive framework, not so much a jquery widget creator. :)

That being said, you can crop images using your cms or back end of choice or even css using clip-path property.

Also, don't use the carousel, try one of these instead (Foundation itself says to not use Orbit):

http://kenwheeler.github.io/slick/

http://dimsemenov.com/plugins/royal-slider/

You commented on JK's post almost 5 years

If init doesn't work then try the start callback:

$(document).foundation('topbar', 'start');

You commented on JK's post almost 5 years

Per this post and others you can use callbacks on just about any Foundation component, this example quotes orbit slider: http://foundation.zurb.com/forum/posts/1761-reinitialize-foundation-orbit-on-screen-resize

So extending the above examples I think you can put this document call at the end of your ajax call so top bar recognises your new ajaxed html:

$(document).foundation('topbar', 'init');

You commented on Asif's post about 5 years

For accordion I just updated dd to section:

$(".accordion").on("click", "section", function () {
$("section.active").find(".content").slideUp("slow");
if(!$(this).hasClass("active")) {
$(this).find(".content").slideToggle("slow");
}
});

And it works great.

You commented on Adam Jenkins's post over 5 years

Have you put the vid embed codes in? And have you set up clearing according to these steps? http://foundation.zurb.com/docs/components/clearing.html

You commented on Michal Sram's post over 5 years

Max width initial is not supported in ie per mdn spec: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/CSS/initial

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