We have a joomla site with a top menu something like
Home |Our Widgets | contact us etc
If you mouse over "our widgets" you get a submenu of
The problem is that the menu choice for Our Widgets has content which is an overview of our widgets.
One of the people involved thought that a lot of people might not realize that they can click on Our Widgets. He wanted the mouseover of Our Widgets to do
Where "Our Widgets" and "Overview" point to the same page. The idea is that people might be more likely to hit the "our widgets" page with the different menu item pointing to it.
I realize that there will be dupe content issues and will take care of that through a joomla extension.
My questions are
1. How savvy is the average user today.. Would most people realize that they can click on the "our widgets" even though the sub menu is there . The target demographic is young people 18-28 or so with a high school education.
2. If we change things to work for those who wouldn't think to click on it, will we annoy or confuse those who would think to click on it.