I have not been able to find how to do this in 2010 but I need to find a way to display multi levels within my top level navigation that is shared across all my sites. For example:
Right now I have multiple sites:
sub site 1
sub site 2
sub sub site 1
sub sub site 2
sub sub sub site 1
the default is that the top menu will only show "sub site 1" and "sub site 2" but will not go any further than that.... I need to be able to show at least down to the "sub sub site" if possible even the 3rd/4th level.
In addition is there a way to add that same navigation to the Quick launch area in a way that is expands and contracts depending on what the user selects, similar to tree view but only for the current site navigation items.
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