Foundation

zurb

The most advanced responsive front-end framework in the world. Quickly create prototypes and production code for sites that work on any kind of device.

Developed by Organization:zurb

Used languages: HTML(717.01 kB), CSS(360.51 kB), JavaScript(173.78 kB), Shell(139.00 bytes)


Written Sass Less JS
Templates
Documents
Framework design plain
Feature type full

Current version

v6.5.1

154.07 kB

Last release

Nov 16, 2018

Created at Oct 14, 2011

Last commit

Nov 29, 2018


Open Issues

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Release Notes on November 16, 2018 for v6.5.1

Foundation v6.5.1 (2018-11-15)

This version fixes the distribution files for the JavaScript plugins that were generated for the wrong version (ongoing v6.6.0 instead of released v6.5.0) and provide various bug fixes and documentation updates.

Changes from v6.5.0

  • 🐛 #11573 - Ensure Dropdown label to have an ID for a11y (@ncoden, #11572)
  • 🐛 #11579 - Cleanup "is-active" class in AccordionMenu when closed (@ncoden, #11383)
  • 🐛 #11581 - Fix arrow color in clear dropdown Button (@ncoden, #11581)
  • 📖 #11562 - Cleanup an invalid beacon in Grid docs (@xeptore)
  • 📖 #11564 - Add missing doc for the "$print-hrefs" setting (@ncoden)
  • 🚚 Reimport incorrectly imported patch for #11418 (16b8e38, previously 55e60ee).
  • 🚚 Regenerate JavaScript plugins distribution files to reflect the new version.

Contributors

Special thanks to:

  • Daniel Ruf (@DanielRuf) for his assistance in issues and his reviews of pull requests.
  • Jeremy Englert (@JeremyEnglert) for his assistance in issues.

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