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    The New Food.com Navigation Bar

    Molly53
    Wed Jul 18, 2012 3:51 pm
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    You'll notice we've made some new changes. The main navigation bar has been reorganized to better showcase what's popular, new and in season on Food.com.


    Don't worry, all your favorite features are still here.

    Access to Recipes, Cookbooks & Menus
    To make your recipes, cookbooks and menus easier to find, we've consolidated all your stuff into a new "My Food.com" menu, which will be accessible from the drop-down menu next to your username in the top corner of every page. You'll be able to scroll through all of your cookbooks and menus, and quickly access recipes, reviews, photos and more from that one centralized spot.





    Community Forums
    The Community tab is now the Talk & Tips tab. From the dropdown you will see a Popular Forums section with a link to All Our Forums and More Community section including links to our Happenings Blog, Member of the Month, Customer Support Forum and Contact Us listed on your right.





    Favorite Chefs & Cookbooks
    Your favorite chefs and cookbooks are listed on your profile page. Click on the dropdown to the right of your username and icon to view profile. Your favorite chefs and cookbooks can be found under My Favorites link in the upper right hand corner of your profile or by clicking on the Favorites tab.





    Favorite Topics
    It should be under the drop down menu next to your avatar at the top right. We're adding it back to that list there with all the other tool info.

    In the meantime, we've added a link to it under the Talk & Tips (formerly Community) tab. Hover over the Talk & Tips tab for drop down and it is listed to the right under Popular Forums as "Favorited Topics".





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