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Tired of that default login page?

UPDATE: This is no longer necessary. Go to the Control Panel > Appearance and Themes to update the login instructions. Also, the screenshot shown below does not reflect the actual default page. See updated post.

Most users never notice that the standard page shown to access Accudemia is just an example. You can always change the way it looks simply by sending us the new page.

Also, it’s possible to stop using that page and have a better integration in your own site. You can put the login frame into your page; let’s see how to do that. You might want to contact the administrator of your website in order to do this, it will be a bit complex if you have never dealt with HTML code.
Now, the only thing you have to do is include the following code in your page’s source:
<iframe frameborder="0" height="85px" width="190px" scrolling="no" src="https://collegename.accudemia.net/LoginForm.aspx?bgColor=%23FFFFFF&Layout=Vertical&Referer=http://www.collegehomepage.com"></iframe>
There, you have to change the green parts:
  • collegename.accudemia.net: Is your Account URL, this is the one you are using right now to access Accudemia. Always will end with accudemia.net.
  • FFFFFF: Is the background color of the login form, specified in HTML format. You can use any design software to pick the color you like, or use this: http://html-color-codes.info/
  • Vertical: Indicates how the login box will look like, can be either Vertical or Horizontal.
  • www.collegehomepage.com: Is your personal college URL, Accudemia will redirect the users there when they leave the system.
  • http: secure HTTP (HTTPs) is provided for an additional fee. Please contact your sales representative for more information.
And now start feeling the Accudemia experience!
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