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Detecting if page is included in another page Edited

I have a macro ("Macro A") on one page that is running some javascript and creating some html.


That page is then included using the "Page Include" macro.


Is there a way, inside Macro A, to determine that it is inside the Page Include macro?

And then alter (in this case, disable some of the javascript and html) what Macro A is generating?


Currently, i'm using the AJS.toInit and searching for the "include" tag in the parent html.  This doesn't work as nicely as detecting it ahead of time, because i have to retroactively disable javascript or "display:none" html.

<script type="text/javascript">
var $pageIncluded = false;

a = document.getElementById("macro-a-content");
b = a.closest("[data-macro-name='include']")
$pageIncluded = true;



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