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hi,
it seems to be, that foundation 5 is only for CLI junkies. I am an designer and CLI is not my world. Foundation 4 was much more easier. There are a lot of posts about the same problem. But I could not find a solution. I have installed git, ruby and node and do the "Getting Started With Sass"-chapter. But it will not work. The bower components will not installed in my project folder.

@ zurb -> I hope you will find an easier way to use this great framework :-( Don't forget the world who are not CLI-junkies - thanks.

hi,
it seems to be, that foundation 5 is only for CLI junkies. I am an designer and CLI is not my world. Foundation 4 was much more easier. There are a lot of posts about the same problem. But I could not find a solution. I have installed git, ruby and node and do the "Getting Started With Sass"-chapter. But it will not work. The bower components will not installed in my project folder.

@ zurb -> I hope you will find an easier way to use this great framework :-( Don't forget the world who are not CLI-junkies - thanks.


Jeremy Englert gave the most helpful answer for this post
Jeremy Englert over 5 years ago

You can download the "standalone" files here:

https://github.com/zurb/bower-foundation

Not sure why they make them so hard to find. A standalone version was available in F4.

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Tanel over 5 years ago

hi,

i just started yesterday and all installations went successfully. i followed these steps with compass:

http://foundation.zurb.com/docs/sass.html

ofcause there's lot of things, i do not know...

i run win 7

Neil Haskins over 5 years ago

Did you receive an error message? If so what was it?

Jeremy Englert over 5 years ago

You can download the "standalone" files here:

https://github.com/zurb/bower-foundation

Not sure why they make them so hard to find. A standalone version was available in F4.

Leslie Mann over 5 years ago

Jeremy, thanks for sharing. I have been searching for the foundation 5 stand alone files with sass. They should make it easier to find. I can never seem to get my command line stuff to work. I would much rather just have the files.

Thanks

Rafi Benkual over 5 years ago

Hi Leslie,

You can find it at bower-foundation.

https://github.com/zurb/bower-foundation