After I purchased an iPad, I’m noticing ‘weird’ behaviors with its iOS browsers. For one, modals don’t scroll (only the background does) unless you first touch the left or right borders of the modal’s pane and then slowly swipe toward the modal’s center without lifting your pencil or finger from the pane. The modal will scroll, slowly, but it will scroll. This is also true on my iOS-powered iPhone. Happens in all the iOS-compatible browsers.
None of the Google-found solutions work for me and many responses recommend NOT to use modals on mobile devices because their OS’s are not ‘ready’ for modals.
Sooo, I wonder why on iOS devices the modal’s borders are sensitive to touch and will remain so while you swipe toward the center but loses the touch if you lift you finger or pencil off of the screen. What does the model"s borders have that it’s center doesn’t?
You can visit: https://www.nittanyleathernecks.com/vmf112/warriors.html on your iPad or iPhone to review my issue. Please let me know your results via the browser(s) and device(s) you test with. If this is a bug (and I believe it is) with Apple’s mobile devices running iOS, maybe it time for an outcry??