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    <title>Leopard Dashboard</title>
    <script src="js/jquery-1.2.6.min.js" TYPE="text/javascript"></script>
    <script src="js/draggable.jquery.ui.js" TYPE="text/javascript"></script>
    <script src="js/dashboard.js" TYPE="text/javascript"></script> 
    <script src="js/jquery.jqDock.min.js" TYPE="text/javascript"></script>
    <style TYPE="text/css">
        @IMPORT url(style.css);
    <div ID="wrapper">
    <div class="draggableWindow">
        <h1><span></span>Leopard Dashboard with jQuery</h1>
        <div class="content">
            <h2>jQuery is awesome!</h2>
            <p>jQuery is pretty cool. I mean, look at all this cool stuff it can do. A dock (<a href="http://www.wizzud.com/jqDock/">Sourced FROM Wizzud.com! Thanks!</a>), a dashboard, AND draggable windows! Awesome! IF you didn't get here via it, this is the demo of a tutorial from <a href="http://nettuts.com">Nettuts</a>.</p>
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    <div class="draggableWindow" id="smaller">
        <h1><span></span>A smaller window</h1>
        <div class="content">
            <p>A small dialogue window styled in style.css</p>
        <div id="dashboardWrapper">
                <li class="widget"><img src="images/widgets/googlesearch.png" alt="" /></li>
                <li class="widget"><img src="images/widgets/date.png" alt="" /></li>
                <li class="widget"><img src="images/widgets/dictionary.png" alt="" /></li>
                <li class="widget" id="notepad">This is a text widget! You can make any type of widget you want, simply by adding the class 'widget' to an li element within the Dashboard unordered list. Don't stop there though, create custom looking widgets by adding another class (e.g. myClass) AND styling that in style.css. Like this one! <a href="http://nettuts.com/">Nettuts</a></li>
    <div ID="dock">
        <img src="images/finder.png" alt="Finder" title="finder"/>
        <img src="images/dashboard.png" alt="Dashboard" ID="dashboardLaunch" title="Dashboard" />
        <img src="images/mail.png" alt="Mail" title="finder" />
        <img src="images/coda.png" alt="Coda" title="Coda" />