how well do FF and BB play together? Responsive stream?


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Bit of a "newbie" question here, sorry, a bit devoid of experience, and still toying with different concepts rather than actually "cutting code":

How well does the code in RSD allow the different frameworks to "play together", allowing incorporating features from the different frameworks into the same page; or at least the same "project" -- groups of pages linked together? Say one has a blog page, built using the Foundation template, in amongst a group of pages using Bootstrap? Which leads naturally onto the next question, which I'll ask elsewhere, but also here, a question, in general terms, other people have brought up before: What success have people had incorporating the Stream code into responsive pages -- it's "default" is to produce pages spanning 6 columns; and after modification to make it responsive so the text comes in under the date, and the right side "widgets" disappearing entirely.


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Hi Russell,
Using more than one responsive script on your page is not recommend and seems redundant. If your trying to include an element like a blog that uses another responsive library in your page the best thing to do is to try it and see if there's any conflicts that affect it. One way to eliminate conflicts is to use an iframe for the blog or element as Jquery shouldn't affect the parent window.
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I would think that if you create a Bootstrap and a Foundation project, each in a separate folder, including all their belonging files, and then put links up between them, it should work.
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Inger wrote:
I would think that if you create a Bootstrap and a Foundation project, each in a separate folder, including all their belonging files, and then put links up between them, it should work.


Correct, it's what I am doing on the CSS Grid project. This is Bootstrap (4):

https://cssgrid.cc/

Then this is Foundation:

https://cssgrid.cc/examples/new-home-hero.html
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thanks, Eric, Inger, Bob,
learning so much, us old guys sheesh :rolleyes:

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