Hi… following my other topic, I have big issues with the “fake” ion-nav-bar I’ve added to the ion-view.
It behaves ina weird way, especially with buttons. For example I cannot add a back button. Or… it gets added, but to the wrong nav-bar (a hidden one, I suspect the third nav bar in my DOM, along with the default (dark one)…
<ion-view hide-back-button="false" view-title="Config"> <ion-nav-bar class="bar-light"> <ion-nav-back-button>GOBACK</ion-nav-back-button> <!--<ion-nav-title>Test</ion-nav-title>-- </ion-nav-bar>
The only thing I can do is styling the nav bar and adding a custom title. Or adding buttons, but NOT the back button.
SO i was thinking of handling the navbar by myself, without using the built in features, and adding a header with buttons and so like. It’s a pain, but I don’t have many pages, and I really need to deliver in a few weeks.
Any idea on how to hide the default (dark) navbar?
I enclose my DOM inspector view. As you can see, there are at least 3 navbars… each hiding the other one…