SOLVED, but I’ll keep this up for any other people who might happen to come across a similar issue. :) Solution: I changed the second ‘else if’ statement to an ‘if’ statement. So: else if (page.id === ‘page1’) { page.querySelector(’#push-button-page3’).onclick = function() { document.querySelector(’#myNavigator’).pushPage(‘page3.html’, {data: {title: ‘Page 3’}}); changed to: if (page.id === ‘page1’) { page.querySelector(’#push-button-page3’).onclick = function() { document.querySelector(’#myNavigator’).pushPage(‘page3.html’, {data: {title: ‘Page 3’}}); Original: Thank you for the response. For some reason I’m not making the connection using the tutorial. I’ll give it more of a go. Here’s the code I tried making that didn’t work. Going to page 2 works, but when I click page 3 it doesn’t go anywhere. <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <link rel=“stylesheet” href="./css/onsenui.css"> <link rel=“stylesheet” href="./css/onsen-css-components.min.css"> <script src="./js/onsenui.min.js"></script> <script> document.addEventListener(‘init’, function(event) { var page = event.target; if (page.id === ‘page1’) { page.querySelector(’#push-button’).onclick = function() { document.querySelector(’#myNavigator’).pushPage(‘page2.html’, {data: {title: ‘Page 2’}}); }; } else if (page.id === ‘page1’) { page.querySelector(’#push-button-page3’).onclick = function() { document.querySelector(’#myNavigator’).pushPage(‘page3.html’, {data: {title: ‘Page 3’}}); }} else if (page.id === ‘page2’) { page.querySelector(‘ons-toolbar .center’).innerHTML = page.data.title; } else if (page.id === ‘page3’) { page.querySelector(‘ons-toolbar .center’).innerHTML = page.data.title; } }); </script> </head> <body> <ons-navigator swipeable id=“myNavigator” page=“page1.html”></ons-navigator> <template id="page1.html"> <ons-page id="page1"> <ons-toolbar> <div class="center">Page 1</div> </ons-toolbar> <p>This is the first page.</p> <ons-button id="push-button">Page 2</ons-button> <ons-button id="push-button-page3">Page 3</ons-button> </ons-page> </template> <template id="page2.html"> <ons-page id="page2"> <ons-toolbar> <div class="left"><ons-back-button>Page 1</ons-back-button></div> <div class="center"></div> </ons-toolbar> <p>This is the second page.</p> </ons-page> </template> <template id="page3.html"> <ons-page id="page3"> <ons-toolbar> <div class="left"><ons-back-button>Page 1</ons-back-button></div> <div class="center"></div> </ons-toolbar> <p>This is the third page.</p> </ons-page> </template> </body> </html>