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Now that we have our Sliding Panel DIVs in place, we'll replace the placeholder content with our product information content. To keep the code clean and well structured, we'll use a simple header and paragraph for our information, adding graphics and formatting later through CSS. So I've opened of the details_start page in the Chapter 5 directory so if you're following along with me, go in Chapter 5 folder and open up the details_start page you'll find there. Now I'll scroll down a little bit and we see our first, second and third panel content and the fourth panel of content.
What we're doing here you can either do it in Code View if you're more comfortable hand coding or you can do here in Design View, if you're comfortable adding structure in Design View. So we'll go ahead and start by doing it in Design View. So, I'll highlight the first panel content and I'm being very careful not to actually select to the entire DIV tag because I don't want to replace that. I just want to replace the content inside of it. So the first line I'll type is our Desolve Hoody because the first product we're describing is in fact, the Desolve hoody right above it. Now I'll hit Enter and you're going to be taking little dictation here, so bear with me.
And if you want, this is actually in the finished files so if you don't feel like typing you can do little copying and pasting from there. Then I'll type in 'Our Desolve hoody is 100%- except for the zipper. That's made of steel' and we'll do dot, dot, dot, 'stainless steel baby!' Did I mention we're a very irreverent company? 'Wear this out on the town and state that your a person that dances to no drummer.
Plus, we don't sell a lot of them. So you'll be the only cat in town with one.' There we go. I'll take the first line, which is be the Desolve Hoody, click inside of it and I'll format that as a Heading 2. And that's going to serve as the formatting for the rest of this. Now as soon as I do that you notice, wow. That does not look good at all and that has everything to do with our document's default styles and we'll talk about in a moment.
So to avoid having to look at this, I'll switch over to Code View. And in Code View, again, we can simply do a little bit of copying and pasting here. So I'm going to copy the H2 and the paragraph tag, make sure you get both the opening and closing tags for both the heading and the paragraph. I'll copy this and then I'll highlight the Second Panel Content and paste it in that. And then I'll just change what is between the tags. So the first one, which is heading two, is going to be our AsterRisk T-shirt.
And if you don't want to spell it that way, you don't have to. This is after all your application. And in this we're going to type in 'Do you like really big, cool prints on your T's? Well, our famous AsterRisk T-shirt is for you! Bold, colorful and beautiful, this T-shirt will have your friends guessing which buildings are which.
Show your urban geek cred!' And yes, I'm a frustrated copywriter. Scroll down a little further. Once again I'm going to highlight Third Panel Content, paste that in there. The heading is going to be the Desolve Messenger Bag. And then we'll highlight the paragraph contents and I'll type in, 'Got stuff? Need to carry that stuff? Well man have we got a bag for you! Our Desolve Messenger Bag is made of durable canvas and comes with three organizer pouches.
There's no padding for your laptop, but shouldn't your laptop be able to handle a little abuse? Green is the color of our Messenger Bag.' And a last one. Which I know you're really happy about. You didn't figure you'd be taking dictation all this title, did you? Well here, last headline is going to be Long Sleeve T.
And inside our paragraph, we're going to say, 'Is it cold where you live? Do you still want to look cool regardless of the weather? Well then the Long Sleeve Logo T is for you. It still says Desolve in-your-face while allowing you to stay toasty, warm and snug.
Beefy, all cotton design. I'll save that. Flip back over to Design View. Well, there's one last thing we need to do here and that's add some prices for these. And our price is going to be wrapped with a span tag with a class on it so it's a lot easier for us to do that visually here. So after the first paragraph, after the last sentence there, I'll type a space and then that's going to be $50, so I'll just highlight $50, and using the Properties inspector where it says Style, I'll grab that pulldown menu. And I'm going to choose price.
It's going to re-style that and don't worry about that because what it's done for us is exactly what we need it to do. It's surrounded it with a span tag and gave it the price class. So that's not what the finished rendering is going to look like; it's just what it's going to look like right now. So let's go it for the AsterRisk T-shirt as well. That's going to be $18. Get that guide out of the way. We'll highlight that and we'll go ahead and choose price and we'll go down to our Desolve Messenger Bag and we'll do $75 there.
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