Join Jen Kramer for an in-depth discussion in this video Examining Foundation files, part of Up and Running with Foundation 4.
I am working inside of Sublime Text 2. This is a free download that you can get …for either the Mac or the PC, and I'm going to be using it to edit my HTML and …CSS files today. It doesn't matter what HTML or CSS editor …you use. If there's something else that you …prefer, you are more than welcome to go ahead and use it instead of Sublime Text …2, but Sublime Text 2 is becoming pretty popular, particularly in the open source community. …So I thought I'd go ahead and use that today for editing these files.…
i've just gone ahead and I've opened up Sublime Text 2, and there's two things …that I need to do as soon as I open this up. …One, I need to open up the folder associated with my project. …This is kind of like setting up a Dreamweaver site, and to do that all I …need to do is go to Project, Add Folder to Project, and I'm going to add my …Foundation folder from my desktop. That'll show me all of the folders and …files that make up this Foundation site, that I, going to be working on in the …
- What is Foundation?
- Exploring the grid system
- Working with lists
- Styling buttons, thumbnail images, and more
- Including flexible video
- Adding breadcrumbs to the navigation
- Working with Clearing, the responsive lightbox
- Creating accordion panels and tabs for in-page navigation
Skill Level Beginner
1. Foundation Introduction and Download
2. The Grid System in Foundation
3. CSS Overview
4. Navigation Systems
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