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Chapter 17. Another Approach to XHTML Fo... > Putting Advanced XHTML Concepts to W...

Putting Advanced XHTML Concepts to Work: Shop in a Page

The last real world example in this chapter on XHTML-FML is what we call a "Shop in a Page." You let your customers browse through a series of products, each with a picture and product details, as well as the calculation of the total sum of the orders.

You'll first create a table containing one row and three cells. The first row in the table serves as the header and contains all the details for a specific product: number of orders, product name, a short description, unit price and the calculated sum.


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