HTML5 Token - Registration Page

This demonstration will show you how the HTML5 token works. The first step is the register the token with the WiKID server.

This page provides an example of an html page that hosts a WiKID token. Please note that it is still in beta and not yet feature complete. Token parameters are configured as javascript variables at the top of the host page. Configurable variables include:

  • domainCode - the domain identifier that this token will register with when loaded
  • serverIp - the IP adderss of the wikid server
  • showRegCode - 'true' or 'false'. determines if the registration code is displayed to the user or immediately passed to the registration page.
  • registrationPage - URL of the registration page that users should be forwarded to for userid association

The token is embedded in any generic HTML page by including:
<div id="WiKID_TOKEN"></div>
anywhere on the host page.

The functional token code is included in a script tag:

<script type="text/javascript" language="javascript" src="HTML5Token/HTML5Token.nocache.js"></script>

All WiKID tokens need to be registered with the server in a two-step process: First, the PIN is set by the user and 2nd the registration code is sent to the WiKID server. Behind the scenes, public keys are exchanged.

 
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