The page that’s supposed to clarify the Structure Legend, How to read Grammar Breakdowns, is almost comically difficult to read. Depending upon how you’ve sized your browser window, the English column break up in different ways, and it becomes difficult to see what corresponds to what across the Bunpro/English/Japanese/Example line. I finally figured out how this works, but it’s really messy, and the first time I looked at the page I couldn’t make any sense of it at all.
This is a pretty simple layout fix. You probably just want to make the text smaller, and ensure that nothing in the English column doubles up, even when you resize the window. Oh, and it wouldn’t hurt to have the “—” dividers become solid lines all the way across the page.
This may sound like a minor quibble, but it’s really not: that page is crucial, and it’s almost illegible.
In fact, it would also be helpful to cure that Structure pyramid on Meaning pages. Essentially: it shouldn’t be a pyramid. The verb roots should all line up in a straight column.
(Sorry if this sounds pedantic. But this stuff is confusing enough as it is, without throwing page layout problems into the mix.)