Here’s a simple way to get a zurb foundation accordion to open all its accordion’y goodness on a single button click.
What were the lessons learned whilst carrying out the re-design of the leicester city council website in 2014/15? Here’s a giant brain-dump, mainly so I don’t forget stuff for the next time I’m involved in this kind of thing. Continue reading “Leicester.gov.uk redesign reflections” »
This post is a continuation of this one. It discusses how to output a generic content page that loops through all properties of that page and outputs them automatically. So, for document types that are quite similar, only 1 template is required instead of 1 for each. Also, I’ve been looking at the zurb foundation reveal component, specifically using ajax to load content into it.
I’ve been working with (and liking) the zurb foundation framework for a bit now. Some bits of it however don’t seem to be that accessible, such as keyboard navigation. This short post is about one way I found to make drop-downs keyboard navigable.
This post is about a fix I found for the issues that arise when using zurb foundation’s orbit and interchange plugins at the same time.
This post is about getting to grips with foundation, a responsive framework based on SASS. I’m trying to build in mixins that will allow a default desktop stylesheet to be generated for IE7,8, and a mixin to accommodate IE7’s lack of support for box-sizing.