Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 838138
Clicking 1st-level nav tab goes to 3rd level link that wasn't even visible
Last modified: 2014-11-09 17:52:29 EST
Description of problem:
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Katello Version: 0.2.44-1.git.72.520dd70.el6_3
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Click "Content" in main nav
Page loaded is Content->Subscriptions->Redhat Subscriptions.
Nothing should happen when you click Content.
I don't think this business of "the user clicked the category, so let's just guess that he wants the first item in the category" is a good idea. I think all non-leaf links in the nav tree should be disabled. For example, clicking on Subscriptions should do nothing also.
So i sorta disagree with this. To me either all of the top level nav items should be disabled or they should all do something.
It doesn't make sense to have 'dashboard' be a link the dashboard but 'systems' not be a clickable link.
So with that said, there are three possible solutions:
1. Make all top level navs do nothing, but provide a subnav to top level buttons that do not have one (I.e. add a sublevel nav for 'dashboard' labeled 'dashboard'.
2. Add some sort of page as a landing page for 'content' and 'systems' that directs the user to select one of the sub pages (satellite did this a good bit)
3. Leave it as it.
My vote would be for #3, but I'd be ok with #2. I'd probably argue against #1 as it just makes it harder for the user in 75% of the caess just for the 'content' tab to go somewhere different.
getting rid of 6.0.0 version since that doesn't exist
Closing old bugs which are not relevant based on new UI and CLI