We have multiple websites that have similar designs, just for different industries. Recently, to all our sites, we added a series of forms where people can submit photos or information to give us story ideas for different topics. Then we created a landing page at /submit, where we link to all these forms.
We wanted to link to this new landing page in the navigation of our sites. We also wanted to add a link to our contact page from the navigation. So at the end of the navigation bar, we added a menu item called contact, with two dropdown items: contact us, and submit a story idea. Like this:
Now, we ran into a bit of an issue with one of our sites. Its navigation doesn't quite have room to add the new contact item to the navigation menu.
Now, we're currently redesigning our site, so this will just be a somewhat temporary thing. Therefore, we don't want to re-think the navigation bar at all. We want to keep the home link. We also don't want to change the font padding or text size to squeeze it in.
So my question is, where in the current navigation would it make most sense to include these items? No solution will be ideal, but we want to put it in there somewhere.
Archive seems like it would make the most sense, as all the other sections have a very specific purpose. Under the archive menu, we have three items, a link to read the online magazine, a link to read past email newsletters, and a link to a form where users can subscribe to the print magazine. Possibly under that heading, we could add contact us and submit a story idea. We could change the name of the heading, but can't really think of a good term to describe all the five items that it would contain. About or about us was suggested as a very general term, but I figured it might confuse users expecting an About us page.
Any thoughts / ideas?