Google Testing A New Top Nav Bar [Screenshot]

Google's currently testing a new-look nav bar that replaces the standard blue underlined links with a much better looking, but subtle, toolbar. Your place in the navigation is now not only indicated by the darkening and bolding of the text, but also by a colorful band across the top of you position.For e.g., in the […]

Google's currently testing a new-look nav bar that replaces the standard blue underlined links with a much better looking, but subtle, toolbar. Your place in the navigation is now not only indicated by the darkening and bolding of the text, but also by a colorful band across the top of you position.

For e.g., in the images you can see the blue bar on top of the "Web" area indicating you're in a web search.

On the far right side you'll notice a nice big "Sign in" button (with a subtle yellow bar on top of it), and a new settings icon next to that.

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Google's New Top Nav Bar

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