Login widget

Last Update: 23/03/2021

How it works

If you want to include the TOWeRS authentication form in your company website or in a third party website, you can do it by including the following HTML snippet

<link href="https://[SYSTEM_URL]/include/css/getCss.php?file=login_widget.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css">
<script src="https://[SYSTEM_URL]/include/js/getJs.php?file=global.php&lang=[ISO2_COUNTRY_CODE]" type="text/javascript"></script>
<script src="https://[SYSTEM_URL]/include/js/getJs.php?file=login_widget.js&lang=[ISO2_COUNTRY_CODE]" id="towers_login_script" type="text/javascript"></script>

<div id="towers_login_wrp"><a href="https://[SYSTEM_URL]/" target="_blank">TOWeRS Login</a></div>


  • [ISO2_COUNTRY_CODE] is the ISO2 country code lie en, it, fr, de, es etc
  • [SYSTEM_URL] must be the url of your TOWeRS website login
  • CSS and JS inclusion can be placed near div#towers_login_wrp as shown above, or into the <head> tag or before </body> tag
  • the form style can be overwritten with your own style by overriding the CSS selector div#towers_login_wrp

How can you customize it?

The widget load and inject a small vertically stacked form composed by three inputs, one submit and a link styled by a minimun remote CSS and the results, without any client overrides, should be something like this

Widget form login example

Here the HTML form sample snippet

<form id="towers_login_form" ...>
    <input type="text" ...>
    <input type="text" ...>
    <input type="password" ...>
    <a href="..." id="nets_forgot_password_cta">Forgot your password?</a>
    <ul class="actions">
        <li><input type="submit" class="primary" ...></li>
        <li><a ...>Register</a></li>

That can be styled by a client CSS overriding rules like #towers_login_wrp #towers_login_form ... { ... }.

For example, if an horizontal form is required, the UI will be achieved adding CSS rules like:

#towers_login_wrp #towers_login_form input {
    display: inline-block;
    width: 19%;
    margin-right: 1%;

#towers_login_wrp #towers_login_form .actions {
    position: relative;
    top: 45px;
    display: inline-block;
    width: 20%;