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Component for sliding UI where one page is overlayed over another page. The above page can be slided aside to reveal the page behind.
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Евгений Гедройц last edited by Fran Diox
Why do not you do easy way with “back-button” in sliding menu, like in a navigator?
i saw this example:
p.s. wrong links
@Евгений-Гедройц That example combines sliding menu and navigator. Sliding menu does not have a page stack like the navigator, i.e. it does not save the previous page. You need to combine it with a navigator for that.
jlwilliamson8 last edited by
I have copy pasted the HTML code for the Sliding menu into the index.html file from my Monaca.mobi project. However, when I preview it the page is blank. Am I missing something. Should the HTML code work as is now that I have all the Angular, Monaca, and Onsen UI code included? Please advise.
munsterlander 侍 last edited by
@jlwilliamson8 Please post your code so we can see what is wrong. Thanks!
serdarde last edited by
I think there is lack of an important event. I want to check something after every page change.
Is there any other way to do this?
@serdarde For that you already have