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Source ordering Foundation rows - New Lesson

Crazy! - source ordering Foundation rows.

People have asked us to add a push-12 columns option in the past. It's not possible with CSS to force an element to another row, but with JS...

Check out our lesson on this
http://zurb.us/1E7pHPk

Tell us if you’d find this useful. We could add it to our playground if you have use cases for it.

Row source order hero web

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Crazy! - source ordering Foundation rows.

People have asked us to add a push-12 columns option in the past. It's not possible with CSS to force an element to another row, but with JS...

Check out our lesson on this
http://zurb.us/1E7pHPk

Tell us if you’d find this useful. We could add it to our playground if you have use cases for it.

Row source order hero web
Cole Beck about 4 years ago

Nice! I've had to use a very similar method to detach a footer and a breadcrumbs nav from the page to then bring it within the boundaries of an off-canvas navigation layout (so that all the content would get pushed over when the menu slid out). I couldn't control their initial placement so this was the best solution.

Scott Willhite almost 4 years ago

This is actually very helpful...

Ultimately, I'd like to be able to use this in the styling for changes in media size though, similarly to the push/pull flexibility on columns. Sometimes content on mobile merits changes in order row order as well as column order.

Thanks!

Rafi Benkual almost 4 years ago

Flexbox is great for true source ordering. Luckily, the next Foundation will include a flex based grid as an option.

More flexbox - https://css-tricks.com/snippets/css/a-guide-to-flexbox/