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This document describes version 5 of Unblu. If you’re using the latest major version of Unblu, go to the documentation of the latest version.

The support period for version 5 ended on 22 November 2021. We no longer provide support or updates for this version. You should upgrade to the latest version of Unblu.

How to determine if your web page is being displayed inside the browser

This is a very specific use case. The problem this script solves is: How do you know if you are within a universal co-browsing session or not?

For example, if you wanted an area on a page to contain special links, or additional information, that only appear when you have started a universal co-browsing session, use the code snippet below to tell you if you are in a universal co-browsing session inside the browser.

Code snippet to detect universal co-browsing

The snippet below checks whether you are inside the browser in order that the code you have written that is intended to be universal co-browse-specific will execute in the right place.

<script type="text/javascript">
if( typeof(unbluBrowser) != "undefined" && unbluBrowser.log) {

    // Your code that runs when within a co-browse session
    // e.g. Load additional CSS