Foundation Custom Build

Posted By Tiggywiggler Wed 18 May 2016
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I wish to make a custom build of the Foundation library. This is so that I can adjust the point at which the top menu collapses into the drop down style.

Does Katris use a vanilla build (build of Foundation without any custom settings) or is there a bit of customisation in the build files?

If there is customisation in the build files, would the Kartris team be willing to share the build files please?


We are always willing to help out the community or pitch in to help you fix a problem. However, if you want a complete solution made such as a code module or new feature added you have two options. Either
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2) Contact one of the Kartris approved partners at http://www.kartris.com/t-Worldwide-Developers.aspx.

Have fun and good luck coding.
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 Posted Thu 19 May 2016
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I think it's stock and the custom.css file just changes things.
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Thank you for that. I will have a go later today and report back on my findings.

We are always willing to help out the community or pitch in to help you fix a problem. However, if you want a complete solution made such as a code module or new feature added you have two options. Either
1) Reach out to the Kartris internal development team at http://www.kartris.com/Contact.aspx.
2) Contact one of the Kartris approved partners at http://www.kartris.com/t-Worldwide-Developers.aspx.

Have fun and good luck coding.
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We don't use a custom build. We use the stock full Foundation CSS download js code. Same goes for the foundation.css in the skin; where possible we try not to change this, but instead to add new rules to override anything in there we want to change in the custom.css file.

We looked at Foundation 6 (I think this is now 'Foundation for Sites'), but it's missing half the important stuff we're using in Foundation 5 such as the lightbox we now use to display large images and galleries, and off-canvas ability to roll over instead of scroll the whole page. It's true they've made it smaller, but they've removed a lot too which we'd then need to find other plugins to add back in and quite possible have to redesign the HTML output of the image viewer, which would break sites using the older Foundation versions, so we'd gain little from it. Therefore we've decided to stick to Foundation 5 for now.

To keep older skins compatible, what we've done when the Foundation version we're using changed is to add a new folder in the Javascript directory to hold the files. The original Foundation 4 version we first used is in the root of that javascript folder and we're leaving it there for backwards compatibility with older skins, but newer versions we'll add to folders to hold the Foundation js and corresponding jquery version. The newer skins can therefore link to the appropriate version. If people built a skin in kartris v2.6 for example, then it will be linked to the k26000 versions of Foundation. If they install the latest v2.9 kartris then add in this older skin, it should still work fine because it will link into the original Foundation files it was designed to work with in the k26000 folder.


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Thank you for this mate. This is great to hear and makes my life a lot easier Smile

I have a separate folder within the /Skins/ Folder so I will create a custom build of Foundation and put all of the files in there.

Thank you.


We are always willing to help out the community or pitch in to help you fix a problem. However, if you want a complete solution made such as a code module or new feature added you have two options. Either
1) Reach out to the Kartris internal development team at http://www.kartris.com/Contact.aspx.
2) Contact one of the Kartris approved partners at http://www.kartris.com/t-Worldwide-Developers.aspx.

Have fun and good luck coding.

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