Explanation Wizard Skins

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3. How to start
Looking at the layout that we want, we can distinguish three parts: Pages, Content and Sections. On top are the pages, below the pages is the content and on the bottom are all the sections.
This means, with the Placeholders, we want it like this:

Now we have arrived at the first step of defining a Wizard Skin. As we told earlier, a Wizard Skin is nothing more then a Javascript (.js) file. We will need to place the following variable in this file:

Since this code is Javascript and not real HTML, we cannot use enters in the text. You also should avoid using double quote (") characters. Use single quote (') characters instead or put a slash (\) in front of a double quote (\")

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