As websites keep evolving, visitors are becoming much more particular. They won't wait for a page that takes too long to load and they certainly won't click to -- or scroll through -- a dozen pages to find a single piece of info. One thing that's become especially essential: streamlining and simplifying your navigation. But where to start? Consider your main menu. Is it broken down by the most pertinent categories in a logical order or do you have a huge, scattered list of menu items to sift through? Think of access, too. Visitors should be able to find all menu items wherever they are on your site, not just on select pages within pages. On top of that, page names are a great help in showing people they've landed in the right place. Take your navigation for a test run ... does it measure up or need some fine-tuning?