I am using the CSSFriendly adapters with the menu. I have a menu control in my master page, and a site map that includes all the pages in the web site. For the second level on the menu, I have a separate menu control, and I add the items programmatically.When I select an item on the second line, the parent on the top line is also highlighted in the same way. This is the intent, and uses the .AspNet-Menu-ChildSelected style from the adapter.My problem is that when I hover over the top line, the leaf items cover up the lower line, and I don't like how it looks. I would prefer to have no fly-outs, if that is what they are called. So I changed MaximumDynamicDisplayLevels to 0, and these go away. But then .AspNet-Menu-ChildSelected no longer works, and the parent item is no longer styled. Everything works except that the parent item is not highlighted.I'm hoping to find a simple solution.
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