The fact is, we need jQuery to remove an event listener. So, if you want to remove an event listener, you need to remove the event listener that caused that event to fire.
The problem is that the way jQuery works with event listeners is to create an event listener and then set the event listener to null. What happens is that the event listener is set to null and then the event is fired. Event listeners are not created and attached to events, they are created by events. So, if you are setting up an event listener and then attaching it to an event, you cannot remove the event listener because it is still set to null.
So, what you can do is to remove the event listener. The easiest way to do this is to use jQuery’s own removeEventListener function. There’s no event.removeListener function, so you must use an event listener.
You can also use the same script to hide the event listener to hide the event listener. This is a little more complex than just removing the event listener.
So in the event listener code, we can hide our event listener by removing it from the list of listeners. We can also use this code to remove the event listener from the current page by setting the event listener to undefined.