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radykal
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I would like to share my solution to remove the envato iframe automatically. This needs to be done in some cases, especially when you have a responsive product and would like to show the responsive reaction for your product.

Its just this:

<script type="text/javascript">
if(top != self) {
    window.open(self.location.href, '_top');
}
</script>

Maybe helpful for some authors?! :)

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sike
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Thanks for sharing. And I think you can put a redirect script when you host the preview on your own server too. :)

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CodingJack
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Removing it like above.. using a splash page so people can click out of it.. people adding their own.. think it’s safe to say this bar hasn’t been very successful. Maybe Envato could just provide us with an iframe link so we can add the bar ourselves.

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Pixelworkshop
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Here’s an alternative, @codingjack +1 to the idea of giving us some more flexibility

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FWDesign
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I think the bar should be optional, I mean most of our products are made to be 1:1 scale on mobile and the iframe is not taking into consideration any meta tags.

Envato should make the bar optional this way we don’t need to redirect and add our own customized bars.

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