As of now, the system will only show two levels of subpages in the dropdown menu. If an organization has a 3rd sub page, the user experience to find the specific page they're looking for will require additional clicks and frustration. This is also frustrating for webmasters as they become limited with the way they want their navigation to be set up.
There are many situations in which an organization will want more than two sub-pages that a user should be able to access directly from the drop down menu. Some examples below:
Currently, the sub pages stop appearing at the 2nd sub page/3rd page in the hierarchy (examples above: Football and Majors). This requires a user to navigate into the sub page first before reaching their destination.
The work around for this issue requires our clients to either create additional tabs in the nav bar that take up space, or create a disorganized tab that includes all of the sports (example: http://athletics.hrhsfalcons.com/home).
|Frequency||Several times a year|
|Which sport(s) does this apply to:||Not Sport Specific|