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		<div id="fb-root"></div>
		  window.fbAsyncInit = function() {
			appId      : '440069632759323',
			status     : true, // check login status
			cookie     : true, // enable cookies to allow the server to access the session
			xfbml      : true  // parse XFBML

		  // Here we subscribe to the auth.authResponseChange JavaScript event. This event is fired
		  // for any authentication related change, such as login, logout or session refresh. This means that
		  // whenever someone who was previously logged out tries to log in again, the correct case below
		  // will be handled.
		  FB.Event.subscribe('auth.authResponseChange', function(response) {
			// Here we specify what we do with the response anytime this event occurs.
			if (response.status === 'connected') {
			  // The response object is returned with a status field that lets the app know the current
			  // login status of the person. In this case, we're handling the situation where they
			  // have logged in to the app.
			} else if (response.status === 'not_authorized') {
			  // In this case, the person is logged into Facebook, but not into the app, so we call
			  // FB.login() to prompt them to do so.
			  // In real-life usage, you wouldn't want to immediately prompt someone to login
			  // like this, for two reasons:
			  // (1) JavaScript created popup windows are blocked by most browsers unless they
			  // result from direct interaction from people using the app (such as a mouse click)
			  // (2) it is a bad experience to be continually prompted to login upon page load.
			} else {
			  // In this case, the person is not logged into Facebook, so we call the login()
			  // function to prompt them to do so. Note that at this stage there is no indication
			  // of whether they are logged into the app. If they aren't then they'll see the Login
			  // dialog right after they log in to Facebook.
			  // The same caveats as above apply to the FB.login() call here.

		  // Load the SDK asynchronously
		   var js, id = 'facebook-jssdk', ref = d.getElementsByTagName('script')[0];
		   if (d.getElementById(id)) {return;}
		   js = d.createElement('script'); = id; js.async = true;
		   js.src = "//";
		   ref.parentNode.insertBefore(js, ref);

		  // Here we run a very simple test of the Graph API after login is successful.
		  // This testAPI() function is only called in those cases.
		  function testAPI() {
			console.log('Welcome!  Fetching your information.... ');
			FB.api('/me/friends', function(response) {
			  console.log('Good to see you, ' + + '.');

		  Below we include the Login Button social plugin. This button uses the JavaScript SDK to
		  present a graphical Login button that triggers the FB.login() function when clicked. -->

		<fb:login-button show-faces="true" width="200" max-rows="1"></fb:login-button>