I'm not exactly a web development expert :-)

Here's one idea if you have the time: on the "About" and every other
page you can get to from the About menu, show all the places under the
About menu somewhere, for example on a side panel to the left.

I sort of expected to be able to click "News" from the "About" page
because it was under that menu, so I've probably seen websites in the
past that follow this rule.


On 1 January 2015 at 12:34, Steve Dougherty <st...@asksteved.com> wrote:
> On 12/21/2014 12:29 PM, James Cook wrote:
>> Hello,
>> The menu-based UI at freenetproject.org doesn't let me choose "news" or any
>> other link that is in a menu but not the menu heading.
> Oops, right you are. Thanks for reporting this!
>> I'm using Firefox on Android, and there's no way to hover (that I know of).
>> If you have a separate mobile site, I'm not seeing it.
> Earlier I was able to touch the header, then go back from the page it
> sent me to and the menu would remain open. I'm no longer able to
> reproduce that workaround. Maybe I updated Firefox on Android since then?
> Do you have suggestions on how to fix this? We don't have active web
> developers right now, so making a new site for mobile is not something
> we have the resources to do.
> - Steve
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