# Is it possible to use router.get after having been using ngRoute?

I’ve been using Angular’s ngRoute and .when for displaying the hmtl routes of my application. For this I have configured a main route:

var appRoutes = require('./backend/routes/api');


I was trying to add another route this way but most of the html wasn’t displaying correctly, so I configured another main route:

var questions = require('./backend/routes/questions');


in the file where I use Angular’s ngRoute with .when, I added a route for /questions but it doesn’t load it properly (some elements are not shown). That’s why in the questions.js file where I configure the /questions route, I’m using router.get to render the questions.html page.

Using both .when and router.get makes it work but only after reloading the browser once I’m on the correct URL(127.0.0.1:3000/questions).

If I only use .when it takes me to the page that doesn’t load properly, and if I use only router.get it doesn’t load it at all.

Is there a way to fix this?

Source: AngularJS

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