Hi guys. I'm very new to Susy and had some questions. What's the best way to have a fixed width for something like a button but still have it reacting to a fluid grid?
So I'm making a navbar where I want the widths of the elements I specify to be a fixed and the unused space would be fluid and used for collapsing. Does that make sense?
@JoshElias - You can add your fixed width element to a fluid element. Have you got some code to highlight the issue?
Hy there, I'm a big fan user of Susy for all my projects for about 2 years now but I'm new to this room. Happy to find it.
Hello @all is this room active?
Hello @LeoDaoTao I don't think so, but most of the time I can find any issue/solution on github/stackoverflow xD
@fppaess most of the time :-) There are a few things I still do not grasp with Susy. I would not mind hiring a tutor :-)
Hahaha, I'm no specialist but I used it on two websites I guess. It's great for custom projects. You can also use susy to create some kind of scaffolding or build your own framework. The specialist that I read is Zell's blog https://zellwk.com/blog/susy2-tutorial/
@fppaess yes, Zell is great, I got his book as well. I just want to take a few things up a notch. I think I’m at a good intermediate level and were I get stuck is something more complex. It probably is more complex because I’m overthinging it. I think I’m going to reach out to Zell to see if he ofers tutoring :-)
@fppaess Yep I confirm about Zell. His book about Susy is really great. and you can also find good tutorials on Susy on his website too;
anybody still active here?
I'm trying to remove the gutter of the last element of my grid with @include span(7 last); and is also not working @include span(5 first);