FAQ: Your First App - Filters II


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Just FYI,

On the part where you create the $scope for the book price and display it.
The class=“price” will display it in the top right corner of the window and it is being blocked by the builtin web address bar.
just in case anyone missed it when they added the expression {{product.price}} to their html file.


Update: After I refreshed the page and followed the steps again. The price placed itself in the correct position. Hmmm…