With the Enplug Webpage App, you can display any website on your Enplug-powered display. You can set up Webpage to show web content in two general ways. You can either display an existing website, or you can get creative and whip up your own concoction of HTML, Javascript and CSS to display anything you can imagine on your HD display. Let's get started!

To get started, click the Displays drop-down at the top of the dashboard and select the display you'd like to add the Webpage app to. Then, click the Apps drop-down to select the Webpage app.

Alternately, you can click the Apps drop-down to select the Webpage app directly. This will give you the Webpage Library view, where you can see all webpages for all your display groups. Click the Library dropdown to choose a specific display group. 


Contents of this guide:


Adding a website

To show an existing website on your display, follow the steps below. 

1. Click "Add Website" 

2. Enter the full URL and a name for the webpage you'd like to add

Click "Save" when you're finished

3. You will be prompted to assign the webpage to a Display Group. Check the button(s) to choose the Display Group

4. You can also schedule the webpage content from this pop-up window. Click on the "Schedule" tab. Here you can set the duration the site will be shown on screen, days, times, and Priority Play options. In the example below, all of the scheduling features are turned on:

Select "Save Changes" 

5. You will be redirected to your Webpage Library. This will show all your web pages in all locations, and how many display groups they are currently showing on. Click the TV icon under "Displays" to change which display groups your webpage is displayed on. 


Advanced Settings

Click "Show Advanced Settings" to customize the webpage app even further:

  1. Page Loading:
    • Cache the page to force the display to automatically reload at a specific interval
    • Set delay on loading time to ensure pages that take a longer time to load or devices on a slower internet connection to have time to load the content
    • Enable React to touch to interact with a touch-screen-enabled display or use your mouse/keyboard on the webpage
  2. JavaScript Settings: 
    • Include custom Javascript code, which will execute when the webpage loads. Check out example scripts for Salesforce and Bonfyre
    • If your webpage requires a login, you can specify your username and password. Enplug will enter this information when the webpage loads. Custom Javascript is required to relay the username and password data to the website.


Suggested Website Integration

Here is a list of websites customers have successfully used in the Webpage app. Follow any available links for more information:


 Additional Information

  • In order for a Webpage to work with the Zoning app, it must be allowed to be embedded on other pages
  • If you have used custom JavaScript for webpage login, a preview and screenshot will not be available for the content




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