Device Visibility?

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Finally getting back into Fundamental.

I'm trying to make some blocks not visible based on device view. C5 calls it "Device Visibility" (see attached grab).

It looks like the Fundamental theme is removing it as an option. I assume it's because Fundamental is built on Foundation CSS. Nonetheless how do I go about setting a block to not show when it's displayed on a certain device without editing any code?

Thanks
Jim

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bayleafmedia replied on at Permalink Reply
I came in to post this exact same question.

I am looking for device visibility settings in the effects pane of the Design & Custom Template interface.

I know Foundation supports this functionality. Is it possible to turn this on for fundamental?

thanks
JimMacMillan replied on at Permalink Reply
Is this the correct place to ask the creators of Fundamental about this functionality?

Thanks
Jim
c5hub replied on at Permalink Reply
c5hub
Assuming the screen grab is relatively new functionality as I’ve not seen that before. We’ll look into how to integrate with the theme but in mean time it should be as easy as adding custom classes in the design settings. Please refer to the docs here for the relevant classes:

https://foundation.zurb.com/sites/docs/v/5.5.3/components/visibility...
JimMacMillan replied on at Permalink Reply
Thank you for the reply. Custom Classes are working great. I should have realized that they're available ;-)

Yes, Device Visibility has been available for about a year now (if not more). I believe the buttons are connected to Boot Straps media query. I just installed C5 on a test box and Device Visibility is present. As soon as I install Fundamental they go away.

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