Differences: basic, advanced, and white-label script

Rodrigo Asai
Rodrigo Asai
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Basic Script:

The Basic Script is the standard widget script for most use-cases:


Advanced Script:

The Advanced Script allows flexibility to programmatically override your widget’s default settings, by uncommenting the lines /*


White-Label Script:

The White Label Script removes any reference to UserWay from the widget script. This is usually utilized by agencies and resellers sharing the UserWay script as their own widget.

To use the white-label script, you need to purchase a subscription with the white-label add-on, so that it can be removed through the code.


All codes contain the account-data attribute, which contains a unique ID that links directly to your account.

Account-data is case-sensitive, which means that lower-case and upper-case are considered.