Angular Ionic Button State Override

Last Updated on December 1, 2015

Didn’t seem there was a real easy way to just add an “active” class and call it a day when trying to add a class with ng-class in my Ionic app. So in the provided css file from Ionic, (your-app/www/css) which btw, they have a gulp watch on – I added one single line with the !important rule, and gave it a background color a little darker than the regular button state and was done for now. I will be looking into this closer.

My next post will be exploring how to set a watch onto the my-app/sass/ file. I want to be able to override directly on the scss file and not create a ton of !important rules in the .css file they provide.

/* Empty. Add your own CSS if you like */
.my-active {
    background-color: #ccc !important; // !Blech