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Responsive jQuery menu question

From: Gal B.
Sent on: Wednesday, July 6, 2016 3:45 PM

Hi guys,

 

If you examine https://www.behappyinlife.com/ in "mobile mode", you'll see that level-2 and level-2 elements with sub-menus cannot be used to navigate when their sub-menus are hidden/closed, only when they are visible/open.  In fact, clicking them creates no visible changes.

 

What I want is for the menu to open and close when the arrows are clicked, and for navigation to occur when the link text is clicked.  Any ideas on how to make this happen will be wholeheartedly appreciated.

 

Superfish is involved and another script, called responsive-menu.js, both of which are included separately on the page for your convenience (the custom script is also un-minified).

 

Best regards,

Gal

 

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