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I've been fiddling with ionic, but I've ran into an issue. If I make a new project with a sidebar, upon navigation to a child state sidebar button disappears and is replaced with a back button. How can I retain sidebar button on every state./page?
My answer was:
On every state/page you should add the following
<ion-nav-buttons>, just inside the
<ion-view>and before the
<ion-content>:<ion-nav-buttons side="left"> <button class="button button-icon button-clear ion-navicon" menu-toggle="left"></button> </ion-nav-buttons>
So, a full simple example would look something like this:<ion-view view-title="Some title"> <ion-nav-buttons side="left"> <button class="button button-icon button-clear ion-navicon" menu-toggle="left"></button> </ion-nav-buttons> <ion-content> Some content </ion-content> </ion-view>
This would add the "hamburger" icon to your navigation, along with the back button.