A few more questions...
While the page would be added and available to the organizations website for those outside the facility, I would like to lock the page onto the screen so the user can't exit out of it or jump to another website for those who sit at the volunteer touch screen station at the facility. The page would need to be designed to conform to the same design constraints as the rest of the site with upper and side navigation links that take you to other site pages and other websites when the page is being viewed from outside the facility.
I know this all may involve:
1. Setting the page to F11 to hide the navigation, bookmark and menu tool bars. Then i would need to disable the F11 and mouse back functions while the page is being viewed from the volunteer station.
2. Managing two pages, one for the outside with full navigation and one for the volunteer station that either disables all navigation off the page or just leaves them out.
So i have a few questions...
a. Is there a dynamic way for the page to disable the F11 and mouse back functions when the page is being displayed from the volunteer station?
b. I'm guessing it would be easier to just maintain two pages then to spend the time to code the page to dynamically change depending on where it's being viewed from?
What do you all think?