In order to use the PHP class on your website you will need the sslive_class.php, HMAC.php and sslive_include.php files.
To get started all you need to do is configure sslive_include.php with your ScreenSteps Live account information.
The ScreenSteps Live API can be accessed using the username/password of an API account (what is an API account?). By default the sslive_include.php file creates an instance of the SSLiveAPI object (1) and sets the credentials using an example API account on example.screenstepslive.com (2).
If you just want to test you can leave the example settings in place.
Test Using Example Files
The sslive_api_php folder provides a folder with example code. The plain folder displays content from ScreenSteps Live with minimal HTML formatting.
What You Should See
The next few screenshots show what you should see if you are using the example.screenstepslive.com settings and looking at the plain folder files. To begin open the spaces.php file.