For a long time, my site was built using Bootstrap (1 or 2, can’t remember) and Jekyll/Github Pages. Well, I finally got around to overhauling my codebase to lean things up – and switched to Foundation!
I’ve long appreciated the wireframe feel of Foundation. As a front-end framework, it does have opinions on interaction patterns and methods, but it is much less opinionated in terms of visual appearance. That generally means it’s easier to style it how you want.
One funny thing I found though, is that the color of links is tied to the
$primary-color SASS variable. I wanted to have a little more contrast in my link color than the Primary provides. I was having problems with overrides until I remembered to include my custom classes after all of the Foundation file includes. Duh.
Also, I made some tweaks that I’ve been meaning to make to typography and changed up the navbar color to be black. Because minimalism and Johnny Cash’s Man in Black and all that. Still to-do: Fix some of my portfolio pages. Lots of experimenting in there.