First - I Love the look and layout of Twenty Eleven. I activated it almost immediately upon seeing it. I also look forward to utilizing some of the added features.
Here are the problems I have experienced with this great new theme (perhaps I am missing something). Both problems relate to viewing the individual post pages. For example, when guests select a link to a past post and that individual post loads, the post itself is bypassed and the guest is immediately dropped to the bottom of the page to login as a WordPress user. I would much rather a guest be able to read the article they have selected rather than be "shoved downstairs" so to speak. Is there a setting to disable this "feature" and allow the guest to begin at the top of the page rather than the bottom?
Also, I have always liked that my menus remained visible on the individual post pages. Now, if a guest makes their way to my blog by way of a link to a specific article, they are not aware of the many other article and link choices that I have made available to them. They must be interested (and experienced) enough to click the link to the home page. I'd sure like it to be easier for my readers by allowing them to find my menu choices on each page.
Am I missing settings that will allow me to regain these features that I enjoyed in the past?
Thanks for your help and consideration.
The blog I need help with is coniferlover.wordpress.com.