Hello, did you notice that in an ipad the pages that have submenus dont appear?

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Hello Patricia,

iOS devices don't show sub-menu pages in the style that is seen on desktops. This isn't a fault  but rather the auto-responsive design employed by the sitebuilder.

Basically small screen devices notice the screen size and present the menu in the so-called Hamburger style. Clicking on the hamburger explodes the main menu items. You will notice that at the right hand side of your major item menus there is an arrow. Touching this arrow will open the titles of the associated sub-menus and these then become navigable.
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Yes i notice that but shouldnt yola check that! I mean theres a lot ipad ́s out there.
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There are hundreds of reviews on navigation for small screen devices and the models that Yola uses are within the current best practices popularly used at this time. The methods are evolving and by no means complete. The methods will probably keep evolving for some time. Yola is tailoring some current methods for their set rather than developing a new untried process with an unknown outcome/acceptance. 

As new methods come into play I expect that Yola would consider and adopt those that will enhance the sites built with the Yola Sitebuilder. It really is early days and many promising methods have already dropped out of popularity because of low acceptance. The ideal solutions are in the future and it will be good to see them evolve and subsequently implemented in time.
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