Has anyone successfully used a proxy login to allow content to be available on your website

MichelleMMichelleM WisconsinCommunity Member Qubie ✭

Has anyone successfully used a proxy login to allow content to be available on your website

I know of a couple school districts who have successfully been able to display Vocalize dashboards via their school websites. They have created a generic view-only login and used code with a proxy-login to connect website visitors without requiring those visitors to log in. That code has been shared with me, but with both our website provider and a google-sites website, I am running into problems with the login screen showing in the iframe rather than the login connecting to Qualtrics. Since Qualtrics does not support this feature, they are unable to assist me in troubleshooting this problem. Any help would be appreciated - as I am very much a novice when it comes to web coding.

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  • LaurenKLaurenK Seattle, WA Administrator
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    Hi @MichelleM! In your specific case, we would recommend reaching out to the individual you received the code from, as they may be able to provide the additional development work needed to fit your specific site's needs!

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  • LaurenKLaurenK Seattle, WACommunity Administrator Administrator

    Hi @MichelleM! Do you mind posting the iframe code you are using to implement this? It may be useful to our community members to begin troubleshooting!

  • MichelleMMichelleM WisconsinCommunity Member Qubie ✭
    edited October 2018

    Here is the iframe code. This is code I have modified that was given to me by Ron B in Wenatchee School district (want to give proper credit).
    <BODY onLoad="login()"> <form NAME="form1" target="iframe1" id=form1 method="POST" > <input type=hidden name="username" value="[email protected]"> <input type=hidden name="password" value="Qualtrics2018"> <input name="redirect" type="hidden" value="/vocalize#/dashboard/5afaebe3e0547e000f96a9cd?pageId=Page_9d1a2bfe-db38-4ad9-a77d-0bb29b846ef"/> <input name="prefix" type="hidden" value="proxy"/> <iframe name="iframe1" height="1500" width="100%"></iframe> </form> </body>

  • LaurenKLaurenK Seattle, WACommunity Administrator Administrator
    edited October 2018

    Hey @MichelleM! Oops - it looks like your iframe code didn't post! Be sure to select the code format found within the editing toolbar (screenshot attached) to post your code! :)

  • MichelleMMichelleM WisconsinCommunity Member Qubie ✭

    Sorry about that.

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