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CSS Javascript menus do not work on the iPhone / iPad

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All works fine with the pulldown navigation menu. At least on the PC and Mac. However, the menus do not expand on the iPhone or iPad. Any suggestions?
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The js code that opens the menu is looking for the "mouseover" event, wich obviously cannot be fired on iPhone/iPad.

I suggest you to change script and use jQuery with something like

$('#menuitem1').bind('mouseover, click', function() {
  $('#submenu1').fadeIn();
})

You will need to place the submenu by yourself with css (remember "position: absolute")
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