Customizing your Clickwrap signing ceremonyAdded by IBM on October 10, 2012 | Version 1 (Original)
|You can customize your Clickwrap signing ceremony by adding parameters to the signformat option.
The following table lists the optional parameters, their use, and their default settings.
Table 1. clickwrap parameters
The following diagram illustrates a customized Clickwrap signing ceremony that uses all of the optional parameters:
The following is the XFDL code that created the above signing ceremony. Note that the values of some parameters, such as the mainText, have been shortened from the example above.
|titleText||Sets the title of the signing ceremony. This is generally used to describe the signing ceremony, the company, or the title of the agreement.||Click-Wrap Signing Ceremony|
|mainPrompt||Typically used to explain the signing ceremony to users.||None|
|mainText||Normally contains the main text of the agreement. For example, the text of a licensing agreement. You can add as much text as necessary to this parameter; the signing ceremony automatically displays scrollbars if the text is longer than the display field.||None|
|question1Text - question5Text||Allows you to ask from one to five questions that help establish the identity of the user.||None|
|answer1Text - answer5Text||These are the answers to the questions asked by question1Text to question5Text. The Viewer normally adds these parameters to the form as users complete the fields. However, you can prepopulate the answers if you want.||None|
|echoPrompt||Use this to instruct the user to echo the echoText. Generally, if you include echoText, you will want this to say something like, "Please type the following phrase to show that you understand and agree to this contract."||None|
|echoText||This is the actual text that the user should echo, or re-type. Generally, this should say something like, "I understand the terms of this agreement."||None|
|buttonPrompt||This is an instruction line that appears above the accept and reject buttons. The user must click the accept button to sign, so generally the prompt should say something like, "Click accept to sign this document."||Click the Accept button to sign.|
|acceptText||Sets the text that the accept button displays.||Accept|
|rejectText||Sets the text that the reject button display.||Not Accept|
mainPrompt="End User License Agreement";
mainText="This ACME Solutions...";
question4Text="Work telephone number:";
question5Text="Home telephone number:";
echoPrompt="To indicate your acceptance...";
echoText="I understand the terms of this agreement."