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Getting started guidance for online providers integrating with the Web Authentication Broker APIs

This section guides web developers and online providers for creating web pages tailored for the Windows 8 Web Authentication Broker APIs. It provides the visual and interactive recommendations for an end-to-end user experience of the web page as well as how to enable single sign-on (SSO) capabilities.

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Considerations for the web page development

Web Authentication Broker is built on the top of the same technologies that power Internet Explorer in Windows. However, due to a very special purpose of this component some features of the Internet Explorer were disabled or locked to specific configuration.

How to customize the UI elements

A web page customizes the user interface (UI) with the title, icon, and header color by using metadata tags defined on the web page.

Tutorial for authenticating web pages

Web authentication problems

This topic describes troubleshooting tips for using the Web Authentication Broker APIs for your web pages.

FAQ for Web Authentication Broker

Frequently asked questions for Web Authentication Broker.


Related topics

Web authentication broker overview
Web Authentication Broker SDK sample app



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