There is a CSS-driven navigation menu [here] that needs to be modified to be oriented horizontally, with the submenus dropping down from the parent menus (rather than flying out).
We will be using both menu layouts in an application, with an option for the user to toggle between the horizontal and vertical layouts. For this reason, our preference is for the modified stylesheet to match the original in structure as closely as possible.
In addition, the style specifications for this menu need to be exclusively applied to this menu (by means of the "nav" id), so that other <ul> elements that happen to be on the page remain unaffected. An example of a secondary <ul> is included on the sample page.
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