@mitya33 Hi, welcome on board! Onsen UI just provides the original default styles for both platforms but you are not forced to use them. You can either override whatever you need or directly generate your own theme.
As you can see there you can disable this function with
So did I in my Meteor App, its has a own function for this.
The reason why it just appeared on the second page was that I somehow manipulated the design with my tab navigation structure. I fixed this before I found the upper solution and than had the gap on all pages lol.
The issue with the style that you have, is that the templates are nested inside of an ons-page and therefore they are trying to be rendered. I have moved them outside of that tag and everything appears to be working on my end, but I want to make sure it works on your devices.
@birfincankafein It’s a bit weird to have ripple effect on iOS. Normally you want it tappable in iOS and we automatically convert it to ripple for the Android version. If you want to force ripple then, as @munsterlander suggests, just write ripple attribute: <ons-list-item ripple>. You can try it in the tutorial.