In my Ionic2 app, I have an on-tap event on a div inside the block. The page is larger than the viewport and therefore should scroll. However, when trying to scroll by touching the div with the on-tap event the page doesn’t move (it does move when scrolling outside the div).
<ion-content> scrolls <div on-tap="tapped()"> doesn't scroll </div> scrolls </ion-content>
Does the on-tap event stop event propagation all together?
What am I missing?
(Using (tap)=“tapped()” instead as in the docs doesn’t help.)