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The menu pulled either by Managed Navigation or structured, more or less has same implementation of css classes by SharePoint. It is very much possible to customize the mega menu according to our own needs provided we know nuts and bolts of SharePoint's rendered html. jQuery and css are the 2 ingredients we need to stew our mega menu :) I can divide this ...


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Consider going out of the box with Managed Navigation. This will allow you to have flyouts and I believe up to 3 levels deep (and more levels may be a bad user experience). Using cross site publishing, you can also have the navigation cross site collections: https://www.captechconsulting.com/blogs/sharepoint-2013-managed-navigation


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This seems similar to this other question. By looking at your styles, I would say that you have an SP2010 site and the styles are matching properly. The possible caveats are: a) you will have to add the CEWP on each page b) your css file may not fully checked in and/or published so that all users can see it (or the page itself) c) if you have anything ...


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Make sure that the following is inserted inside of your masterpage (inside the "ms-quickLaunch" div class, after the (/asp:ContentPlaceHolder) tag: <Sharepoint:SPNavigationManager id="QuickLaunchNavigationManager" runat="server" QuickLaunchControlId="QuickLaunchMenu" ContainedControl="QuickLaunch" ...


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you may want to take a look at this Change Left hand navigation sharepoint 2010 and this MSDN discussion. Helped us a lot. EDIT: we are currently tied up right now, but compelled to leave the answer just in case someone stumbles upon this. I was hoping to post an update later (off-work) but guess I have to leave work to answer this now, before this gets ...


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If you have publishing features enabled for this site collection you can push the master pages, theme, and alternate CSS down to all sub sites very easily following these steps: Go to Site Settings -> Look and Feel -> Master Page. There are four different things you can modify here (Site Master Page, System Master Page, Theme, & Alternate CSS URL). For ...


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I believe you are able to go into "Site Actions -> Site Settings -> Look and Feel -> Navigation" (considering the SharePoint publishing feature is activated; if it isn't you won't see "Navigation"). OR, paste this and replace it with the ".aspx" URL: /_layouts/AreaNavigationSettings.aspx. From there, at the very bottom, under "Current Navigation" you can ...


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Under Customizations - Top Navigation (AspMenu) Under Important - Set StaticDisplayLevels = 2 Under Behavior - Set MaximumDynamicDisplayLevels = 3



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