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Now to prepare HTML for a third level navigation system, let's come up here to the nested unordered list inside of Link 3. Let's copy that. Let's come down to Link 4 before the ending list item tag. Let's hit a few returns, split that open, let's paste in all of the links for the Sub Link here. Let's change 3s to a 4. So now we have Sub Link 4-1, 4-2 and 4-3. Now let's add a nested list inside of link 4-2. So let's come inside of here before the ending list item tag, let's hit Return, split that open, let's paste those links inside of here.
So let's come in here and change these. This is going to be 4-1, 4-2, and 4-3, but then we're going set -2 for each one of these. So now we have Sub Link 4-2-1, 4-2-2, and 4-2-3. So these are three sub links inside Sub Link 4-2, which is a sub link of Link 4. Now save your work. And to get a quick idea of what this is starting to look like, let's come over here and click on Live View.
Now that we have all of the markup in place, let's come up here and turn off Live View. Now the last thing we need to do before we can style this is add a class onto the parent ul. So let's come back in to our HTML. The very first unordered list inside of the nav item, inside of the ul tag, let's hit a Space. We're going to add a class of dropmenu. This is going to be the class that both the CSS and the jQuery plug-in is going to lock onto to convert all this markup into a dropdown menu. So now that we have this in place, in the next movie we can work on styling the menu with CSS.
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