Thanks.. will check it.. but somehow I feel that's not exactly what I am looking for?
Hi Guys and Happy Holidays. I was wondering if Semantic has Sketch files for designers and if so where I can find them. I was able to find one (semantic-ui-kit.sketch) but it just has a few form elements and is not as expansive as I would need it to be. Thanks!
I think that's the best one to date, the author of that just published it here recently and asked for feedback and what should he add there
Sorry for being quiet, I’m busy working and can’t contribute to SUI at the moment. This might or might not change in 3 months, so if you understand the framework well, use it from time to time, and would like to help out with the growing amount of issues, please consider sending an email to the maintainer to ask for moderation permissions—you can find his address at the end of README.md. You can send me an email afterwards, I have some saved replies for GitHub that you might find useful. I still have an email from Jack where he explained how he handled things initially, and I can forward it to you as well.
Hi. I need to display GSM signal icon for various signal levels. There is 'signal' icon but it shows all bars (full signal). What is the best way of achieving this? Is there any better way than adding custom icons - one icon per signal level?
I would probably go for a self-made SVG where I can show-hide bars with CSS
Where would you add this SVG? React app or semantic-ui site theme?
just in your app
Would this solution allow me to change size of such SVG in the same way as normal icons (by setting font-size)?
What is the proper way to add new icons to semantic-ui and keep using font awesome?
not by font-size, but since SVG is vector, you can just set the width/height of the <img> tag and it will resize accordingly
and hide/show the bars using CSS
What is the proper way to add new icons to semantic-ui and keep using font awesome? In other words how to extend default icons set?
FA is an icon font, so extending that is a lot more work
would probably be easier to add a second icon font of your own then already
@garystover Hi there, last year you had posted a Semantic ui kit on this group but I'm not finding it anymore. Any chance you have continued to work on it and might be willing to share?
Jos van Egmond
Hello, I'm new to semantic-ui and havent done a lot of (professional) web development. I got a bit lost between all the possible frameworks and libraries. My goal is to build a front-end in Semantic-ui, for my back-end, which is an elasticsearch database. What is lightweight and easy to use framework that can translate my elasticsearch queries and data back and forth to semantic-ui?
Or if I can do it solely with Semantic-ui, that is fine too, but I couldn't figure it out.
I tried yii2 for an instance, but it seems overly complicated for what I want to do and the semantic-ui plugin seems unstable. Also dug into mustache, but I couldn't work out how to fit it in. I'm still struggling figuring out the basic stack infrastructure, where to place what code. Any guide on that would be nice too!
Search queries mostly show examples of people who already are professionals, and skip some basic part I'm apparently missing.
guys any one had a icon font with firefox
icon font issues
not working with firefox but same file work with chromium
Hi, I have problem with sticky note icon
It's look like browsers recognize that there is a icon like that, but couldn't find it
I check it on chrome, ff, edge
If I remove ‘horizontal’ from the following code, the list renders. With ‘horizontal’, the list does not render. What am I missing?
I'm not using React myself so I don't know, but I assume that if you use the regular Semantic, a lot of "not working properly" might come because the elements need initialization (which is done at first page load) and if you render them into DOM after, they don't get initialized
Im using react version, all of them works perfect untill I render them inside of portal
Especially fluid serach selection dropdown
For example text inputs needs to have a onchange handler in order to work properly
If i dont set a handler i can not even type on them
"Portals provide a first-class way to render children into a DOM node that exists outside the DOM hierarchy of the parent component." - if the elements are initialized on the parent and this isn't specially handled, I guess this might indeed happen (again, speaking from general, non-React knowledge)
I will definately give it a try
Yes they indeed initializing outside of portal element then mount as a child