Gerwitz: Lamborn, try this in a script at the absolute bottom of the page: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/EventTarget/removeEventListener
Hendrikson: And see if it fixes it
Berwald: If it does, something somewhere is adding an event listener
Lamborn: Kamuela: let me try that. And the “loading” wheel in the iPhone is always spinning. I hope it’s not eating my quota of data :
Lamborn: Smgs: I’m not running it. I’m disabling it, from the dev tools in the computer iphone tethered
Lamborn: Kamuela: Anyway, the events remover didn’t make them clickable. miamifishing.com
Hadnott: Lamborn, which is the element that’s currently unclickable? give me a visual description so i don’t open devtools
Lamborn: Kamuela: the whole header with links and red phone button in iPhone or small device
Lamborn: Kamuela: sorry, I linked the url you gave me directly as src of script : let me do it right
Barsh: Lol i feel like i’ve been there
Lamborn: Kamuela: The link you sent me doesn’t say how to remove the event listeners for ALL the elements. I need a target, and I have no idea which div has the issue.
Credell: Also, just try do***ent.body
Lamborn: Kamuela: ok, there is just one wrapper. I’ll try both. Sorry I thought there were more parents.
Lamborn: Kamuela: How do I know what listener to remove? :
Spirk: Lamborn, was kinda hoping you’d get to that point and solve it lol. i did read that part and couldnt’ come up with anything straightforward
Lamborn: Kamuela: thanks for the spark though
Celaya: You could clone do***ent.body i’m pretty sure, obviously it’ll be slow as hell, but you’re debugging so that’d be fine
Lamborn: Shouldn’t I be able to see all events or properties of the nodes in the developer tools? I just need to know what to look for in there. There are hundreds of atts
Delhierro: Https://plus.google.com/+AddyOsmani/posts/9WvgE2K2QTF like this, yes. but i dunno how you could get all of them in one easy view
Lamborn: I know. last time I checked you only see the jquery page where they are processed, not where they are applied. I saw some extension for chrome for that… I think.
Gehron: Lamborn, when I click on the HTML element in devtools, it does seem to get a list of click events on the do***ent
Absher: And it’s jquery mobile, widgets.js, and onloadwff.js
Stobierski: I set an event listener breakpoint and tried to click, maybe you can test that and see what happens
Swithenbank: Any idea how i can see the post values or what will be inserted into the dom on jsfiddle?
Flor: Web design is such a joke
Flor: Kamuela_iOS: because in most cases it is
Schock: Explain though what do you mean
Flor: Kamuela_iOS: the times when it’s not, there is tons of money poured into it, and the design doesn’t try to be revolutionary
Flor: I guess I shouldn’t be so bold with my statement