Join Jen Kramer for an in-depth discussion in this video What is Foundation?, part of Up and Running with Foundation 4.
Foundation is a front end frame work created by Zurb, a web design and …development company, to streamline building websites. …Front end refers to the client side of the website. …That's the part of the website that's displayed in the browser window that's …visible to the public. A framework is a bunch of codes that's …been written for you already, which you can use to build your website. …Pre-written code? That sounds like a terrible idea, doesn't it? …It sounds like you can't adapt that code to do anything. …You can't make it match your Photoshop or your fireworks design, you'll have to …stick with whatever you're given. A site built with foundation must be …immediately recognizable, like the default WordPress Joomla or Drupal …templates and themes that are just so instantly recognizable.…
Fortunately, that's not true. Think of Foundation as a productivity …tool for building responsive websites quickly and easily. …If you're not a designer, you'll love how many elements of the webpage are designed …
- 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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