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I have a problem to get the vertical flyouts to work in SP2013, I try to do it the SP2010 way to change the DynamicDisplayLevel but no luck.. Need help on this to achieve the same functionally as we had on SP2010.

Regards Martin

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Are you editing the SharePoint:AspMenu like you need to do in SP2010? – Stephen Mar 15 '13 at 14:27
Make sure your not using Metadata-driven navigation – Robert Lindgren Mar 15 '13 at 18:17
It looks like a duplicate:… – Denis Molodtsov Jul 14 '14 at 14:22
  1. Make sure you've enabled Publishing Feature for both Site Collection and Site.
  2. Under Look and Feel > Click Navigation
  3. Make sure Show Subsites is checked and Structured Navigation is selected for Global Navigation.
  4. In your custom master page find the code

      SkipLinkText="" />

Change StaticDisplayLevels to 1 and MaximumDynamicDisplayLevels to the number of dynamic levels you'd want.

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In Sharepoint Online 2013 and O365 publishing sites, a good option these days is to combine structural nav with the no-code edit links feature. This give you the benefit of having a more complex menu structure, without sacrificing usability.

Settings > navigation to create structural navigation items.

On any page > edit links to drag and drop items under others.

Easy to follow instructions here:

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