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Kinburn101

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  1. Hello, I have a navigation bar which opens up a submenu with a mouseover event on pc and with a touch for ios. For ios devices the following code is utilized to close the menu on a touch event to the document. <script> document.onclick = mclose(); window.addEventListener('load', function (){ // on page load document.body.addEventListener('touchstart', function(e){ if(ddmenuitem) ddmenuitem.style.visibility = 'hidden'; }, false) }, false) </script> My question is - how can I remove the above EventListener from the div displayed as the submenu so that touching within that div does not close it and the links are functional? I am guessing there is a method using preventdefault that may be applied but I am uncertain.
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