Informing Before Login

You might want to inform individuals that they’ll be redirected to the B.C. government login website. Informing beforehand prepares for the transition to the B.C. government login website. This helps individuals know that they’re on the right track.

If individuals log in to your website infrequently, less than once every few months, or our website does not match the style of the B.C. government login website you may want to inform beforehand. Be cautious using this approach as it does add extra steps.

Three ways to inform before your website sends them to the B.C. government login website:

  1. Use your login launch page - using the full-page approach, individuals are informed about being sent to your login launch page before login.
  2. Use a modal (a popup) over a page on your website - using the modal approach, individuals are informed about being sent to log in using the B.C. government login website through a pop up message on your website.
  3. Use a slide-down under the login button on your website - using the slide down approach, individuals are informed about being sent to log in through a message that slides down from the header on your website.

Examples

In this example, an individual​:

  1. Starts on the School District 88 website and selects to log in
  2. Goes to the School District 88 website’s login launch page and selects to log in using a B.C. government login
  3. Goes to the B.C. government login website to log in and authenticate his or her identity
  4. Continues to secure content on the Benefits website

Example

Try it out on the demo website:

In this example, an individual​:

  1. Starts on the Benefits website and selects to log in
  2. On the current page, a small message is displayed in an overlay to inform them they will be redirected to the B.C. government login website
  3. Goes to the B.C. government login website to log in and authenticate his or her identity
  4. Continues to secure content on the Benefits website

Example

Try it out on the demo website:

In this example, an individual​:

  1. Starts on the Benefits website selects to log in
  2. On the current page, a small area slides down from the header to inform the person they will be redirected to the B.C. government login website
  3. Goes to the B.C. government login website to log in and authenticate his or her identity
  4. Continues to secure content on the Benefits website

Example

Try it out on the demo website: