I have a class lain out as such:
<ion-header> ...</ion-header> <ion-menu [content]="menucontent"> ... </ion-menu> <ion-content #menucontent> .. </ion-content>
Which has been displaying perfectly.
However, when I moved the ion-header into a new component, and instead used that component, my page decided that the new header component should be rendered directly over the content view.
I remember from Ionic 1 that the “has-header” class may be able to solve this issue, but it doesn’t seem to work in Ionic 2.
Is there a standard solution to this problem, other than manually specifying margin-top?