A simple explanation is that by default, the scrolling element is the page content. By using overflow in the lists or columns you’ll allow them to scroll independently. ons-col and ons-row already use flexbox but you might need to add some custom properties.
@Fran-Diox Thanks. Yeah I read that one way binding. That’s why I used the events. I checked the v-model and it is not working and removed it on the question component. Thanks for that. Can you suggest me the correct way of clearing that radio button. As for now I’ m accessing the new method in the questionOption component
@Saloniq-David Everything looks like iOS by default. Autostyling is adding a modifier="material" attribute to every component basically. At the same time, modifiers add custom classes like page--material or toolbar--material (elementName--modifierName). Therefore, you can easily select an element in CSS with .page.page--material for MD or .page:not(.page--material) for iOS. Alternatively, [modifier~=material] and :not([modifier~=material] would also work.
ons.platform contains methods to change platform styling or detect the current platform.
@Fran-Diox , thanks for your explanation.
Yes, my project is using the Onsen UI v1, but it’s possible to change the main-page content by a function on onsen ui framework?
I did it before, into a project-based in cordova 6, and worked well.
@Jonathan-Silva Hi! It’s probably a version mismatch. Make sure that the libs you are including contain the same version you were using before. If possible, update to the latest one. Monaca’s Onsen UI is not different from original Onsen UI, you can use any of them.