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NOTE: this may simply be a documentation bug - data-iconpos works on the navbar element itself.
Navbar: data-iconpos is ignored bug fixed in navbar plugin
Navbar: data-iconpos is ignored Issue #1797 Fixed issue
Navbar: data-iconpos is ignored #1797 Issue fixed
I think this is more of a documentation problem. On navbars, iconPos is set data-attributes on the navbar element, because the position is shared across the set. I just verified that that is working fine still. Does that work for you? I can update the docs...
may be. but i changed the script to use top,bottom,right,left as well as notext for data-iconpos...
Okay. Do any of those properties not work currently on the navbar element? Just want to make sure we fix this bug in the right place. Thanks!
Okay. Hope i will support.
I'm not sure I understand where this was left off. Does this work already? Do the docs need to be updated?
The doc still says : "Icons can be stacked above the labels by adding the data-iconpos="top" attribute to each anchor."
However data-iconpos=".." only works when placed in the container that has data-role="navbar"
I wish that the behavior was that of the document. That way I could pick the position per anchor. Left for the button on the left and right for the button on the right.