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Consider the existing grouping. Here is that list without class="topnavmenu inline-list"

You've made a nice butterfly, but completely destroyed the existing grouping -- "Cool Uses For Perl" is top left and thats just wrong :)

Here is my attempt to make a butterfly without changing the groups
perlmonks.org

But yeah, I come to mostly read/answer questions

Obviously some things (Poetry) will just have to be moved

Obviously I may have missed the point behind your butterfly, but I'm going to post what I have anyway :)

I've recommended a NEW QUESTION link before

This is jarring because the main navigation of a site should not change at all when navigating around a site let alone logging in/out.

I don't know how jarring it can be for Log in | Create a new user to disappear -- perlmonks is very customizable, the screen can turn upside down after logging-in.

Maybe you want Log in | Create a new user to cease being links? Or to merely get striked?


In reply to Re: RFC: PerlMonks above the fold navigation by Anonymous Monk
in thread RFC: PerlMonks above the fold navigation by kimmel

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    [ambrus]: which is sort of a drawback compared to the ages of typewritten manuscripts representing content only to which the typesetter applies formatting, but that process required much more manual labor.
    [ambrus]: If you want to typeset a manuscript, you can still do much less work then in the manual typesetting ages and get good formatting.
    [ambrus]: All with only cheap modern computers and software.
    [ambrus]: Something you can have at home and your corner print shop, without a whole printing press's worth of equipment.
    [ambrus]: As for TeX, I'm not trying to discourage anyone from writing carefully beautifully typeset documents, in maths or outside. But most people aren't willing to do that, and will spend only little time about the formatting,
    [ambrus]: and try to leave everything else to automated systems without checking how what they write came out format-wise, and for those people, discounting the part about journals with a specific format above,
    [ambrus]: just blindly recommending to use LaTeX is a bad idea now.

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