I've written a jQuery plug-in that's for use on both desktop and mobile devices. I wondered if there is a way with JavaScript to detect if the device has touch screen capability. I'm using jquery-mobile.js to detect the touch screen eve...
With some HTML like this:  <p>Some Text</p>   Then some CSS like this:  p {   color:black; }  p:hover {   color:red; }   How can I allow a long touch on a touch enabled device to replicate hover? I can change markup/use JS etc, but can&...
I'm developing a webapp (not a website with pages of interesting text) with a very different interface for touch (your finger hides the screen when you click) and mouse (relies heavily on hover preview). How can I detect that my user has no mou...
I have created a carousel with a previous and a next button that are always visible. These buttons have a hover state, they turn blue. On touch devices, like iPad, the hover state is sticky, so the button stays blue after tapping it. I don't wa...
Is there a preferred alternative or best practice for handling OnMouseOver javascript events on touch devices?  All I can think is to convert all events to OnMouseClick.  Unfortunately this muddles the differences between events triggered by hoveri...
I have a page with a section to sketch a drawing in.  But the touchmove events, at least the vertical ones, are also scrolling the page (which degrades the sketching experience) when using it on a mobile browser.  Is there a way to either a) disable...
I need to detect and react to left/right-swipes, but want to give the user the ability to scroll on the same element, so as long as he moves his finger only left/right with a maximum up/down movement of X pixels, it should not scroll, but when he exc...
I'm trying to get the X position with jQuery of a touchstart event, used with the live function?  I.e.  $('#box').live('touchstart', function(e) { var xPos = e.PageX; } );   Now, this does work with 'click' as the event. H...
I searched for the past 30 minutes, but didn't find a solution.  I want to trigger a touchstart event on an element.  This fires the touchstart event:  var e = document.createEvent('MouseEvent');  e.initMouseEvent("touchstart", tr...
I've just started looking at doing some basic mobile web development on the android and an writing a test script to investigate the touch events. I've run the following code in the android emulator, and the touchend event never gets fired. Ca...

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