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I'm not sure why at all. I tried disabling pretty much every bit of code on my site with no luck. This is my first time developing for an iPad.

When the user scrolls down, even one pixel, then the menu can be activated about 50px below the menu while ALSO still being able to work directly on the menu. It's like it then detects the menu in two places while it is only in one?

Has anyone ever heard of an issue like this?

The website is http://fastgateopeners.com and the issue happens on an iPad in landscape. Not any Android tablets/phones and not on an iPhone.

Please help.

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