From NC State University:
webXkiosk is a full screen, web kiosk application with security, web screen saver, and some "universal access" features. This application can be used to create public information and/or web kiosks.
This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com. A very good app spoiled by instability - Installation didn't seem to go to plan the first time, I had to change some permissions on the Application Support folder, and the Preferences file. After that, no matter what I tried, I couldn't edit the preferences with the Application itself, so had to alter the plist file by hand. Fortunately that's not difficult as it's all fairly obvious - but it's not perfect.
Other than that, does exactly what it says on the tin - and does it well. The price is right, too.
...over a year. This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com. For me, not buggy in the least. For over a year, I've used it with 10.3.x on Blue and White G3/350 and G4/400 towers for use as kiosk computers for new university students to get to an email registration page, and it works like a charm. I have not tested it with Tiger - and have no need to, at this point. The only time these machines are down is when I have to replace a PRAM battery.
This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com. I downloaded and tried on my iMac before moving it to the stand-alone display I am going to be using as a kiosk. After I altered some of the files, password, array, I got it running, kind of, it crashed a few times in simple testing. I don't think it could be trusted to run while un attended. Nice simple interface and a few simple nice features but it crashes a lot.