Basic navigator question



  • Hi

    I’ve an app with multiple pages in one HTML file. I see in the documentation examples with only the first page wrapped in a navigator. Will it then work for all pages? Or is something else needed:

    <navigator>

    <page1>
    </page1>

    <page2>
    </page2>

    </navigator>

    or

    <navigator></navigator>
    <page1>
    </page1>

    <page2>
    </page2>

    or does every page need it’s own navigator?

    Thanks!





  • Thank you for the link.

    I think i do understand it, but because i’ve chosen the ‘side menu template’ with a splitter, it’s somehow more complex. As soon as i add the navigator outside the templates (but after the splitter) the side menu is not tappable anymore.

    I solved it by adding several navigators around some of the templates. It does work… but i don’t really understand it. (-; Maybe i can solve it just using " fn.load(‘page.html’) "


  • Onsen UI

    @Remco-Koffijberg This tutorial combines navigator and splitter.

    You just need to put 1 page inside the navigator and then push new pages with myNavigator.pushPage(...).



  • @Fran-Diox
    Thanks so much, the tutorial covers it.

    The side nav is working.

    But in JS the call to ‘myNavigator’ is empty. I wrapped the (same) navigator around the page and then it worked…


  • Monaca

    moving this to Onsen section


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