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The Pivot skin focuses on mobile first but will pivot to all viewports with elegance. Supports responsive layouts and has classes predefined for Semantic MediaWiki extension. Built on the Zurb Foundation 5 CSS framework .

The instructions above describe the new way of installing skins using wfLoadSkin() , since MediaWiki 1.25. If you need to install this skin in earlier versions, instead of wfLoadSkin( 'pivot' ); , you need to use:

(To run an skin on an earlier release, you may need to download the version of it tagged for that release from Special:SkinDistributor .)

The Pivot skin focuses on mobile first but will pivot to all viewports with elegance. Supports responsive layouts and has classes predefined for Semantic MediaWiki extension. Built on the Zurb Foundation 5 CSS framework .

The instructions above describe the new way of installing skins using wfLoadSkin() , since MediaWiki 1.25. If you need to install this skin in earlier versions, instead of wfLoadSkin( 'pivot' ); , you need to use:

(To run an skin on an earlier release, you may need to download the version of it tagged for that release from Special:SkinDistributor .)

Reshape data (produce a “pivot” table) based on column values. Uses unique values from index / columns to form axes of the resulting DataFrame.

Column name to use for populating new frame’s values. If not specified, all remaining columns will be used and the result will have hierarchically indexed columns

The Pivot skin focuses on mobile first but will pivot to all viewports with elegance. Supports responsive layouts and has classes predefined for Semantic MediaWiki extension. Built on the Zurb Foundation 5 CSS framework .

The instructions above describe the new way of installing skins using wfLoadSkin() , since MediaWiki 1.25. If you need to install this skin in earlier versions, instead of wfLoadSkin( 'pivot' ); , you need to use:

(To run an skin on an earlier release, you may need to download the version of it tagged for that release from Special:SkinDistributor .)

Reshape data (produce a “pivot” table) based on column values. Uses unique values from index / columns to form axes of the resulting DataFrame.

Column name to use for populating new frame’s values. If not specified, all remaining columns will be used and the result will have hierarchically indexed columns

Solar Innovations ® ’s thermally-isolated aluminum pivot doors are ideal for over-sized openings in interior and light exterior applications. The “hinges,” also known as the pins of the pivot door, are located at the top and bottom of the door, allowing the unit to pivot instead of swing open. Customers can choose to have a center-pivot door or have a custom pivot point.

Pivot Doors are an excellent selection for applications that require a large opening with minimal floor space interruption. Pivot door pins are located at the top and bottom of the frame, allowing the door to pivot. Each door’s pivot point is custom located by request; center and off center pivot locations are available (subject to engineering approval). The pivot door matches that of our folding glass walls. This allows for transoms and sidelights to be constructed from the pivot door frame, creating the same sightlines for each unit.

Common commercial applications include car dealerships, hotels, hospitals, and entrances to businesses or restaurant decks. While large openings are possible and very useful in commercial applications, the large sizes may not be practical for residential use.

Design consultant: Sue Fenton
Software: Mick Byrne, We Make Apps
Audio consultant: Jim Atkins
Technical manager: Bosco Shaw
Construction management: Additive
Production management: Emily O'Brien
Thanks to Adrian Pearce, Lawrence Cavedon and Pete McKew.

The Pivot skin focuses on mobile first but will pivot to all viewports with elegance. Supports responsive layouts and has classes predefined for Semantic MediaWiki extension. Built on the Zurb Foundation 5 CSS framework .

The instructions above describe the new way of installing skins using wfLoadSkin() , since MediaWiki 1.25. If you need to install this skin in earlier versions, instead of wfLoadSkin( 'pivot' ); , you need to use:

(To run an skin on an earlier release, you may need to download the version of it tagged for that release from Special:SkinDistributor .)

Reshape data (produce a “pivot” table) based on column values. Uses unique values from index / columns to form axes of the resulting DataFrame.

Column name to use for populating new frame’s values. If not specified, all remaining columns will be used and the result will have hierarchically indexed columns

Solar Innovations ® ’s thermally-isolated aluminum pivot doors are ideal for over-sized openings in interior and light exterior applications. The “hinges,” also known as the pins of the pivot door, are located at the top and bottom of the door, allowing the unit to pivot instead of swing open. Customers can choose to have a center-pivot door or have a custom pivot point.

Pivot Doors are an excellent selection for applications that require a large opening with minimal floor space interruption. Pivot door pins are located at the top and bottom of the frame, allowing the door to pivot. Each door’s pivot point is custom located by request; center and off center pivot locations are available (subject to engineering approval). The pivot door matches that of our folding glass walls. This allows for transoms and sidelights to be constructed from the pivot door frame, creating the same sightlines for each unit.

Common commercial applications include car dealerships, hotels, hospitals, and entrances to businesses or restaurant decks. While large openings are possible and very useful in commercial applications, the large sizes may not be practical for residential use.


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