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comment Automatically Display Sub Menu
What I ended up doing was simply making two calls to the wp_nav_menu function. I do it once in the header and hide the sub menu using the sub-menu class. That's easy enough. I then do it in the page template. This was a bit tricky because as it turns out you can't hide the parent and show the child (or at least I was not able to accomplish this). So, I had to set the font size for the parent to zero. That ended up getting me what I needed.
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comment Automatically Display Sub Menu
Thanks for the detailed response. That was very helpful. I have gone the non-jquery route. I think I have the CSS as you had in mind. Using the It certainly displays in the white content area, however, it also overruns that content which is not desirable. This is purely a CSS issue now unless there is a way to call wp_nav_menu once in the header (to display top level) and once in the content area (to display sub menu).
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