I've created a site for our office and only seem to have one sticking point. The owner wants the left nav to display the submenus only when the "for sale" or "for rent" are hovered over.
I am nearly there, but I can't get the sub menus to have any functionality to display on hover.
Your time is important, so I'll gladly take a link to a tutorial or article in order to learn what I need to know for getting the nested UL to display on hover. I have really researched it before posting this question. I did find a great video on do EXACTLY what I need, only it is with a horizontal menu. Here's the video: Here's the video
I have also used a super book by Greg Rewis called Mastering CSS to get past this hurdle.
Here's the link to my site with the UL as the left nav: click here
p.s. here's the UL as you'll see on the site:
<li><a href="rent_lease.html">Homes</a> </li>
I use the SuperFish menu system for anything requiring drop-downs or fly-out menus. Here's an example they have doing what you need:
Everything you need should be under the 'Getting Started' link here: http://users.tpg.com.au/j_birch/plugins/superfish/#getting-started