Great! Snap.parse works!--
The SVG fragment (a single chess piece) is appended/inserted at the end of the original SVG (a chess board):
<svg ...>...<!-- board -->...<svg ...><!-- piece --></svg></svg>
How can you realize many instances of different pieces?
For example, how can you place a single piece (a pawn) at different positions at the same time? Do you have to load/parse it for each occurrence?
What about removing one? Do you have to remove the DOM element then, or is there something like show/hide?
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