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Figure 3-3. The Library palette containing the Grid control At the bottom of the screen you ll see a Timeline panel containing all the elements. Note that a new grid has been added. Rename it to ProductGrid. Figure 3-4 shows the Timeline panel.
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Figure 3-4. The Expression Interactive Designer Timeline panel
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When you select the grid by double-clicking it in the Timeline panel, Expression Interactive Designer draws a yellow border around it in the designer, with an additional blue border to the top and to the left. Figure 3-5 shows this in the context of the completed user interface.
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Figure 3-5. Managing the grid in the browser Make sure you are using the Selection tool in the Tools palette, and then hover over the blue border with your mouse pointer. A red bar will appear. This bar, called a grid line, will be the location of your splitter. Set it to a place you are happy with, and click it to split the grid into two columns. See Figure 3-6 for an example. When you want to place content on a grid, you use ContentControl. This acts as a parent to store a single control within the grid. If you want to store more than one control within a grid, you use a Panel control. You simply place a ContentControl on the grid, put a Panel control within ContentControl, and store as many child controls within the panel as you would like. The left side of the screen will contain a List control within the grid. This has to be contained within a ContentControl, so drag a ContentControl onto the left pane of the grid.
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This ContentControl will form the container for the master list of products you saw earlier. As such, it needs to fill its complete pane. At this point, it s good to rename it to something such as Master.
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Figure 3-6. Placing the splitter Next, you ll need to resize the ContentControl to fit completely within its pane. Doing this is a little different in Expression Interactive Designer/XAML than in Visual Studio 2005. You ll first need to select the ContentControl and edit its layout properties. If you don t see a Layout panel near the tools on the right side of the screen, open the View drop-down list, and select Layout. To make the ContentControl fill its parent column, set the Width and Height properties to NaN (which means Not a Number ), its alignments to Stretch, and its margins all to 0 pixels. See Figures 3-7 and 3-8 for more details.
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Figure 3-7. Editing the size of a control
Figure 3-8. Editing the margins and alignments for a control The right side of the screen will contain the details for the product selected on the left. To achieve this, you put a ContentControl control on the grid and then place a Grid control into this. The Grid control can then contain multiple child controls. Therefore, the next step is to draw another ContentControl control anywhere in the right side of the grid. Name this control Details. Your screen should look something like Figure 3-9. This controls the layout details for Size, and you should set Margin in the same way that you did for the first ContentControl except in this case, give it a small left margin (20 pixels should do the trick). This will create a space between the two panes into which you ll put a splitter control. This will handle all split and window resizing automatically for you at runtime. If you re lost, don t worry all will become clear later when you run the application. To get a splitter, find the GridSplitter control in the Toolbox, and draw it in the small space that you left between the Master and Details panes. It should fill in with a rectangle. If you are having difficulty placing it, you can use the Zoom tool at the bottom of the scene to zoom in and get more precision when drawing the splitter.
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