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        <h1>DutchPIPE - Standalone Example</h1>
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        <p>This is an example of a standalone HTML page which has been made part
        of this DutchPIPE world.<br />Take a look at the HTML source with your
        browser. It is done by simply inserting a script in the header of the
        page.</p>
        <p>The script automatically places DutchPIPE elements at the bottom of
        the standalone page:<br />One &lt;div&gt; with the inventory, one for
        the message area, one for the input area and one for the login/logout
        link.</p>
        <p>You can override the placement by inserting one or more of these
        empty &lt;div&gt;'s in the page:<br />
        &lt;div id="dpinventory"&gt;&lt;/div&gt;<br />
        &lt;div id="dpmessagearea"&gt;&lt;/div&gt;<br />
        &lt;div id="dpinput_wrap"&gt;&lt;/div&gt;<br />
        &lt;div id="dploginout"&gt;&lt;/div&gt;</p>
        <p>Such a &lt;div&gt; will then be replaced by the script with the right
        HTML.<br />We only used it here to place the login/logout link
        underneath the page title instead of the bottom of the page.
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