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Nov 2015
David Shure
@david4shure
Nov 11 2015 03:13
Is it possible to make a navbar without having to define the layout="column" on the <body> element. I am trying to put my header into its own subview, so having to use the <body> element is kind of a deal breaker, since I need to define my ui-views inside that element as well. Really I need to conditionally hide the navbar depending on if a user is logged in or not.
The only way I could get the navbar set to a full height was to define the layout="column" attribute on the body element
Parvez Ali
@parvez-indpro
Nov 11 2015 09:27
Hi
jcm169
@jcm169
Nov 11 2015 13:02
hello guys, anybody here knows how can i select a md-radio-button with TAB?
Emamul Andalib
@emamulandalib
Nov 11 2015 13:13
jcm169
@jcm169
Nov 11 2015 13:14
yes i know tabindex
but md-buttons can't select
Emamul Andalib
@emamulandalib
Nov 11 2015 13:19
angular/material#583
try this issue
jcm169
@jcm169
Nov 11 2015 13:47
md-radio-buttons @emamulandalib
Todd Werelius
@Todd-Werelius
Nov 11 2015 18:50
@david4shure I must be missing something, why not just hide the navbar with something like ng-hide="user.loggedin"
Todd Werelius
@Todd-Werelius
Nov 11 2015 20:59
@sarod Manually yes, but they don't have very good support for the spec right now, you can do this yourself though through styling. This should work for you, styles are in the header ( not optimized ) and markup in place for the 6 options that the standard lays out http://codepen.io/Mopholo/pen/KdrJyx?editors=100. Your other option is to completely fill the tile with your own container and create your own markup.
Todd Werelius
@Todd-Werelius
Nov 11 2015 21:51
@sarod I filed an issue at angular/material#5679