Join Jen Kramer for an in-depth discussion in this video Examine Foundation's files, part of Learning Foundation 6.
- [Instructor] So once you've downloaded your copy…of Foundation and you've unzipped that on your desktop,…the next thing to do is to take a look…at the types of files that we have.…You can also take a look at some of the basic documentation…for Foundation if you go to Docs,…Site Docs here, from this download screen,…and this is going to open up…into all documentation pertaining to Foundation.…So, any details that you need are here,…it's a very complete documentation,…and there's lots of good stuff,…so I encourage you to take a look at those docs,…but for now, I've gone ahead and downloaded to my desktop…a copy of the Foundation Complete download,…and if you take a look inside of this folder,…you'll see that what comes with this are three items.…
One is a folder called CSS,…one is a folder called java script,…and one is an index.html file.…So, let's start by looking inside of the CSS folder.…Inside of this folder, we have three files.…Foundation.css and foundation.min.css…are effectively the same file.…So, foundation.css is all of the CSS…
- Working with the XY Grid system
- Adjusting margins and padding
- Block versus vertical grids
- Overriding CSS
- Including cards and callouts
- Customizing the navigation, including dropdown and drilldown menus
Skill Level Beginner
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1. Overview of Foundation 6
2. The XY Grid System
3. CSS Overview
4. Navigation Systems
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