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Chapter 3. Expandable Rows > A Common Approach

A Common Approach

To help us get a handle on what it means to allow vertical expansion for these horizontal page components, let's use an example from the Web—a site we'll refer to as The Best Store Ever (its real identity has been hidden to protect the guilty). The Best Store Ever is your typical e-commerce site, selling a variety of semi-useful products to improve your home. We've fictionalized the site for this chapter, but its design is based on real-world techniques. To demonstrate a common approach to designing a horizontal login/promotion bar, we're going to zoom in on that area of The Best Store Ever's Web site (Figure 3.1). At the top of each page sits a colored row that contains login and local store information, followed by a second row that contains a promotional message that is regularly updated. Each row contains no more than one line of text.


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