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Now, for the panel containers, let's come up here and split the div open a little bit that's got the class of panel container. Let's tab in, and let's add another div inside of here. We're going to give this a class of panels, plural. We're going to end that element. Let's split that open. And inside of here we're going to put each individual panel. We'll start with another div inside of the class of panels. We're going to give this a class of panel, singular.
Let's end that div tag. Let's open up one individual panel, and then inside of here we're going to put one more div. We're going to give this a class of panel_content and end that div. So now this constitutes one panel. Let's copy this to the clipboard, let's hit a return, and let's paste it two more times. So now inside of our panel container we have one div called panels and then inside of there we have three individual divs, each one classed with panel, and then inside of each one of those we have a div with panel content.
So now we have all of the HTML containers that we need inside of panel container for all of the individual panels. Next, we can start adding in some of the content for the individual panels.
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