On the following site, when viewing on a desktop browser, I've locked-down all responsive styling the way I want it.
However, when viewing on a touch device, there must be a script engaged that overrides the Mobile Menu visibility.
Specifically, I have drop-down menu styling that shouldn't be visible when the "mobile menu" is being used.
Either I want to disable the "Touch Styles" from overriding to the mobile menu REGARDLESS of the device width.
-OR- whenever the mobile menu is displayed, my custom drop-downs should be ignored. — along this same idea, to "make the mobile drop-downs appear in the default styling", I used the following CSS to override menu breakpoints that are visible within the browser: http://f.cl.ly/items/1p0y2O3e1B3f2B470g0I/Navigation%20Larger%20Than%20Mobilem.txt
Unfortunately, the above CSS is ignored when "touch-styles" script is activated. (assuming it's a script, but cannot find it)