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Aug 21, 2012 04:58 AM

Chowhound Discussions Drop Down Menu

Can it be moved to the top of the drop down menu instead of the bottom? Pretty Please?

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  1. Hi Caroline1,

    I'm not sure I understand the question. The Chowhound Discussions dropdown is at the top of the page, and the homepage of Chowhound is linked to from the top of that dropdown. What do you mean by "move the Chowhound discussions drop down menu to the top of the dropdown menu"? I am missing the request. Thanks!


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    1. re: mudaba

      My bad. Sorry. What I failed to make clear is that when you "mouse-over" Chowhound Discussions, and the drop down menu drops, when you click on All Boards and that menu appears, you have to scroll down past all of the regional and international boards before reaching the Topical boards. I seriously wish the Topical boards were listed first, at the top. It would be so much more convenient. I suspect I'm not the only one who rarely uses the geographic boards and it would be great to get to the Topics first. Sorry for not being clearer the first time. Thanks for asking!

      1. re: Caroline1

        Caroline1, why not just make the Topical boards into your saved boards? Then you will have a short list.

        1. re: Quine

          That would probably be a great idea.... *IF* I had any saved boards! '-) I live in Ludditeville!

          1. re: Caroline1

            To save a board to "My Saved Boards," just click the star next to the board name at the top of any page. For example, on this very page that you're reading now, you'll see a star next to the words "Site Talk." If you click it, Site Talk will be added to your Saved Boards.

            Hope that helps!
            Dave MP

      2. re: mudaba

        What dictated the topic selection for the mouse-over drop down via the chowhound heading? Was it based on popularity or heavy use? Any chance of shuffling these every once in a while?

        1. re: BiscuitBoy

          Mainly heavy use, but we have adjusted them a bit over time, and will probably continue to do so.