I have seen numerous questions from users not being able to find a familiar view. There is poor integration between the top tabs and those at the left. Even though I know what you have done, I myself have had trouble trying to remember intuitively which top tab will bring up the desired left column. I think two things would help.
First, use the same background scheme for the 5 tabs at the top as is used for the column at the left. That will tie them together visually. The selected tab can be green hilite in the column; the rest can be black toolbar background instead of light blue page background.
Second, make it so that hovering the cursor over a tab at the top will make the functions that are available from that tab momentarily appear in a drop-down from that tab. Probably just viewing what commands are available from that tab is sufficient. It shouldn't be necessary to get fancy about making it selectable from that drop-down menu.
by Joanna Blackburn4 weeks ago
I got back on here this evening and all of my article titles are underlined red, so I did a violation check and it came back no violations. I'm looking around for answers and I am seeing an overwhelming amount of...
by Sherry Hewins12 months ago
I think it would be great if there was a "Site" column on the My Account page, so we could see at a click which hubs are on which niche site, and which ones are still on HubPages. My hubs are now spread over...
by Eugene Brennan2 years ago
The Q&A tab on our account tab only lists questions and answers. How can we view forum contributions/questions? It would be useful to add an option for doing this on this tab.
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