What happened to the navigation menu? (Staff: responsive menu for different resolutions/screens)
Thread poster: Susan Welsh

Susan Welsh  Identity Verified
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Sep 18, 2017

The change in the home page, removing the index from the banner at the top of the page (where it used to say Terminology, Directories, etc.) is extremely unhelpful. In order to do a term search or ask a Kudoz question or look at the Blue Board or post to a forum, one now has to hunt about through half a dozen screens to find them. I never did find the Blue Board.

It was perfectly all right the way it was before, and users were accustomed to it. Why change what ain't broke???


 

Susan Welsh  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 05:35
Member (2008)
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Whoa! Sep 18, 2017

Now it seems the headings have reappeared. When I looked at the home page last night and this morning they weren't there. Is it fixed now?

 

Jared Tabor
Local time: 07:35
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This may have been the new responsive design in the menu Sep 18, 2017

Hi Susan,

This could have just been the new responsive design. If you are viewing the site from a smaller browser window, or on a mobile device/tablet, the menu may appear under the three horizontal lines up top to the right (see screenshot). This allows for navigation on screens or at resolutions where all of the menu items may not fit in.

menu

If this was not the case and you notice it again, please grab a screenshot and support staff can troubleshoot the issue for you. Thanks!


 


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