Does Yodeck support authenticating on a web page?
A website may require authentication to access a specific URL. Usually, authentication is implemented using two different ways:
- HTTP Basic Authentication
- Form-based Authentication, using sessions (cookies)
HTTP Basic AuthenticationIf the authentication is based on HTTP Basic Authentication, then you can provide the username and password within the URL on the Web Page in Yodeck, like:
Try out the following test link in Yodeck to verify it:
Form-based AuthenticationIf the authentication is based on login forms and sessions/cookies, then you will be able to use our scripting engine to login and navigate to the page you need. Here is the documentation on our web scripting engine.
Does Yodeck support a web-based player?
Of course we do! Think of the Web Player as one more way of getting Yodeck digital signage on your screens. Specifically, if a device, such as a tablet or PC, has a Chrome-based web browser, including Chrome, Chromium, and Edge, then the Web Player ...
Web Page - URL Parameters Per Device
Introduction Web Pages provide a single URL address that is used throughout Yodeck. In case you wanted to display different content depending on the device (Monitor), then you would have to use a different Web Page entry for each Monitor, creating ...
Web Pages List
In the "Web Pages" section, you can add and manage Web Pages that can be opened on Yodeck monitors. Web Pages are always loaded dynamically on monitors, so no uploading or downloading happens. Just like if you opened a browser window! The Web ...
Setting a Web Page to refresh
When you add a single Web Page to a Show, the Web Page will not refresh. The same thing happens with a Playlist with a single Web Page in it. This is by design, since many Web Pages need to be shown constantly. To refresh a Web Page, you must create ...
Live Video Streaming Support
The Yodeck Player supports IP Video Streaming from several websites and custom streams through different protocols. Streaming Sites and Protocols Supported Under the hood, we use an awesome software called Streamlink. It currently supports: several ...