Filters: hide the Chatlio widget on selected pages

If you want your Chatlio widget to show up only on some of your pages, you can add filters that define where the widget should be hidden. The widget will still load on the blacklisted pages, and you can still choose to display it using the Chatlio Javascript API.

You add filters as javascript Regular Expressions, aka “regexps” on the Chatlio customization dashboard . If you are unfamiliar with regexps, here are some pointers to help you get started:

To hide the widget on your blog, add this filter:

  example.com/blog/

To hide the widget only on last years blog posts, add this filter:

  example.com/blog/2014

For a site with a fullscreen video player-page where you don’t want the Chatlio widget, try this:

  some-page-fullscreen.html

Scriptular is a great resource to play around with your regexps. Add the URLs you wish to match in the “Test Strings” box and keep tweaking until it matches (or dig in really deep over at regular-expressions.info).

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