Yahoo Begins Testing New Consistent Top Bar Navigation Throughout Properties

Yahoo logoYahoo launched a new Yahoo News design this morning as part of their effort to modernize their look. Part of that is to build a consistent top bar navigation throughout all the Yahoo properties, which you can see on Yahoo’s home page and now news section.

Techno-net discovered a test where Yahoo is testing that new top bar navigation throughout more of Yahoo’s main properties, such as Yahoo Finance, Sports, Answers and so on.

Here is a picture of the Yahoo Finance section with the new top bar:

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Here is a picture without the new top bar:

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Here is a video of the changes throughout more of Yahoo’s properties:

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  • joejoejoe999

    i like the new top bar, but it sucks that it doesn’t scroll away, it just sits at the top of your screen taking up space, it gets in the way of content like embedded videos, i hope after this trial run they fix this aspect, or i wont continue to use the site, and neither will a few friends who I’ve talked about this with.

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