As I work on my app, new design and technical questions arise.
My app uses an
ion-side-menus which has an
ion-header-bar in the
ion-side-menu-content and a left
Since I added new views, I’m facing navigation “issues” (not really issues at the moment, but will become issues later). I walked through the ionic’ doc and found the
It makes what I want (back navigation button) but seems to have the same goal as
ion-header-bar (both are headers, no?). My
ion-header-bar has a left button (to open the left side menu) and a centered logo of the company.
I replaced the
ion-header-bar with an
ion-nav-bar. I can no longer have my menu button and the logo is covered by the
ion-view title attribute that I gave.
The perfect header would be an
ion-header-bar with my current menu button on the left and my centered logo. Followed by a sub-header which would include an
ion-nav-bar displaying the current page title and, when needed, the back button (without hidden the menu button).
I tried in vain to create the header described above: one of them (
ion-header-bar) always covers the other.
My question is: is my (ideal) header achievable?
PS: I found yesterday this (Sub header navigation?) topic which is close to my request. I must say that with this various component, my lack of experience with Ionic and the doc which isn’t as easy to understand as some others (hope to help to improve it when I’ll be more capable!), I’m a bit confused sometimes…
Thank you in advance to any one who may help me!