I love the “Radical Combination” section on kanji pages that shows you which radicals the kanji is made of.
However, why don’t we have the same thing on radical pages when they are made up of multiple radicals? It mentions them in the description but there is no visual aid, and there are no links to the smaller radicals.
For instance, the grain radical is made of the tree radical and the slide radical so it should have a section that looks something like:
木 + ノ
This helps learn the new “super-radical” by seeing which “sub-radicals” it’s made of and you can click on them to go to the sub-radical pages.
Similarly, on the sub-radical pages, there is a “Found In Kanji” section, but now we should also have a “Found In Radicals” section, or add the super-radicals to the existing section and rename it “Found In Kanji and Radicals”. Then you can see how the smaller radicals fit into bigger radicals.