Foundation first introduced Sass version in its third version and Reverie only has the Sass stylesheet packed in its forth edition. In this tutorial, we will go through the process of setting up Compass and Sass for creating your Foundation/Reverie theme, as well as child themes.
ZURB’s Foundation provides us an elegant and simple way to display image gallery and content as slides and we call it Orbit. Like the rest of Foundation, it’s a responsive one and you only need to create your orbit and the rest is well taken care of. If you are using Reverie Framework 3.0, all you need to do is to follow the steps offered by the official documentation of Foundation. However, there are some problems preventing users from creating an Orbit properly. Thus we will start from sketch.
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