Creating a Custom Panels Layout in Drupal 7 (Video Tutorial)

Thank you for assembling this tutorial. I'm fairly new to the world of Drupal, and thus far, I've been able to build most pages with the block system. However, Panels - and specifically, constructing custom panels - was a complete mystery until now.

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