It just doesn't matter. It's just there to help you serve up content. So let's take a look at an example. On the web here, on one of my web sites, there is this article called Creating a Slick Auto-Playing Featured Content Slider. So let's go down, I'm going to scroll down and click the View Demo button and take a look at the demo for this article. You can click these little thumbnails here and it will slide around and show you different content panels. So this is what one of those emails might have been about. It might have been, will this work with WordPress? And it's absolutely, yes, it will.
Looks like there is a wrapper, and another wrapper, and then each one of those panels that we're looking at looks like it's got one of these div with a class of panels. So we just talked about the WordPress loop in the last chapter. This looks like a good opportunity to have a loop that would output each one of these panels, doesn't it? So if we open up our theme, we're going to need to probably open up the header.php file, load our scripts, and our CSS up there.
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