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jQuery and JavaScript Phrasebook by Brad Dayley

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Adding Auxiliary Content to Panels

<div data-role="panel" id="config"     data-position="right" data-display="reveal">   <div data-role="header" data-theme="a">     <h3>Panel</h3></div>   <h3>Settings</h3>   <label for="Option1">Option 1</label>   <input type="checkbox" id="Option1"></input>   <label for="Option2">Option 2</label>   <input type="checkbox" id="Option2"></input>   <a data-role="button" data-icon="delete"     data-rel="close" data>Close Config</a> </div>

A useful way to present data that is not necessarily part of the page but is relevant is panels. A panel is similar to the page but sits off to the left or right side. When opened, the panel reveals the additional information.

Panels are defined ...

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