# The document presenter
The document presenter displays the document(s) to be signed, viewed or uploaded in Signicat's signing interface.
The example below shows the document presenter with two documents to be signed by the end-user and one document to be viewed, using the default configuration.
It is possible to display the document presenter inside an iframe. In order to successfully use the document presenter through an iframe, it is important to ensure that the iframe is big enough.
Signicat can customise the signing interface for the end-user in the ways specified below. All customisation is done at Signicat's end. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Primary buttons (all buttons that are green by default) can be styled to have rounded corners or shadows and can be displayed in alternative colours. The following properties are customisable and can be used in any combination.
|Button border-radius (pixels)||6 (rounded corners)|
|Button shadow (true, false)||True|
|Button colour (hexadecimal)||#01825e (green)|
The screenshots below show some possible combinations for the styling of buttons in the signing interface.
The buttons in the next/previous positions (such as the Next document button) at the left and right-hand side of a signing order always have a shadow.
# Rendering and method flow
The following options can be set to affect how documents are rendered within the document presenter and to determine the presentation of signing methods.
|Enable text layer||This setting adds a text layer to the rendered PDF, to make it possible to highlight, select and copy text. This also allows the end-user to click on links in the document text.||False|
|Always display sign text||This setting only applies to Signed Statement. Signed Statement facilitates the signing of a short text statement, such as "I have read and understood the attached documents and hereby accept and approve of their contents with my signature". If the 'Always display sign text' option is set to ||False|
|Reject if sign method fails||There are two possible settings in the case that the end-user does not complete the signing method step, returning a non-successful response:
|Short sign text methods||This setting only applies to Signed Statement. Signicat can limit the text statement to a specific length. This can be relevant when using SIM toolkit-based methods.||N/A|
# Buttons and dialogues
|Display consent dialogue for single document||Normally, when signing a single document, the end-user is taken straight to the method selector on clicking the Sign document button. This contrasts with signing multiple documents, where the end-user is shown a consent dialogue that lists the documents and offers a check box with a consent message. If set to ||False|
|Display exit button||This setting determines whether an exit button is displayed. The button is labelled 'Exit'.||True|
|Display exit dialogue||This setting determines whether a confirmation dialogue is displayed asking the end-user if they really want to exit or postpone.||True|
|Display full screen button||This setting determines whether an icon is displayed that enables the user to display the signing interface in full screen mode.||False|
|Display postpone||This setting determines the behaviour of the exit button. When set to ||False|
# Feature toggles
|ID paper front side||This setting determines whether to ask the end-user to take a picture of the front of a physical ID document as part of the flow. This is most useful in conjunction with handwritten signature (InkSign).||False|
|ID paper rear side||This setting determines whether to ask the end-user to take a picture of the back of a physical ID document as part of the flow. This is most useful in conjunction with handwritten signature (InkSign).||False|
|Visual representation||This setting determines whether a handwritten signature (InkSign) is requested, regardless of whether it is specified in the signing order.||False|