How to Easily Put Your Website on a Kiosk with KioskSimple

Your website on a kioskGetting your website on a self-service kiosk is a simple process with the use of kiosk lockdown software like KioskSimple.  In this article (and accompanying video) I’ll show you just how easy it is to convert your existing website into a self-service kiosk in just a few simple steps.  Don’t worry, no nerd degree is required.

Step 1: Download and install KioskSimple on your kiosk.

Step 2: Launch the easy to use KioskSimple Configuration Tool from the Windows desktop.

Step 3: The Quick Start Wizard will prompt you for a few basic pieces of information.  Simply enter your website into the “Start-up web page” field and create a new password (the default password is “kiosksimple”).Quick Start Wizard Website On A Kiosk

Step 4: Save your changes and close the KioskSimple Configuration Tool.  That’s it for the configuration.  Time to test how your website looks on a kiosk!

Step 5:  Launch KioskSimple and if the product is unregistered click “Try the Demo”.

Demo Mode Website On A Kiosk

And then click “Test Configuration” to see how your website looks on a kiosk.

Quick Start Website On A Kiosk

Step 6: Gaze at your website in all it’s glory on a kiosk.  When you’re done, press ESC and enter your password to close KioskSimple.  Note: if you don’t have a physical keyboard installed, browse to a textbox and the touchscreen keyboard will appear.

Your Website On A Kiosk Is Complete
KioskSimple makes it easy to put your website on a kiosk

As you can see, putting you website on a kiosk is really simple if you have the right kiosk lockdown software.  Your kiosk can also be enhanced to accept payments from credit card readers, bill acceptors and coin acceptors with our KioskSimple Plugins.  Our developer friendly JavaScript API makes it a breeze to integrate popular payment devices into your kiosk and our support team is standing by to answer any questions you may have.  Try the KioskSimple demo today!

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Author: Andrew Savala

Andrew Savala is the CEO of RedSwimmer, with a background in designing and deploying complex payment kiosk systems. Andrew offers high-value, strategic consulting services to companies looking to develop their payment kiosks.

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