That being said, you might want to rethink your UI model and focus your iPad interactions on the touch events, which are much more performant than the mouse events.
Hope that helps,
Thanks a lot Elaine, that was really REALLY helpful but now I have another question; What's the difference between a touch event and a click event and a mousedown event?
And, can they be used in a low-mem website? As I mentioned previously this website is both for iPad and low bandwidth connection, so I want it to double as both to reduce the number of files.
I apologize if this are dumb questions but I seriously am really bad at programming.
Thanks a lot!
Hello again, thanks a lot for all the help, I got one last question: Should I use both "touch" and "click" on this project since it's going to be for both, iPad and Low-Bandwidth website? Will Edge support both of them or will it cause any problem I should be aware of? Should I use only one command for both things?
Thanks in advance!
Try using click events only to begin with and see if the performance on the iPad is acceptable. If it is, it would mean less code for you and a simpler project overall.
Hope that helps!