The desktop menu is 'off screen' for many of the niche sites. If categories are hidden, then visitors may exit the site and go somewhere else to find what they're looking for.
- The mobile version allows users to scroll horizontally to view all menu items.
- The desktop version requires that I reduce screen size to 67% to view the entire menu on some niche sites, and the text becomes unreadable.
Suggestion 1: Include a horizontal scroll bar and a visual indicator that the user can 'swipe right' to locate additional categories.
Suggestion 2: Include a Topic category similar to HubPages, under the Menu for these niche sites.
Niche sites with this issue.
We are going to address this. Thanks for the feedback.
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