The Splash Portal is the page where the end-user is redirected to, after connecting to a HotSpot.
The Tenant is able to create new Splash Portals based on available Templates (according to the license that was activated) and models, as described in Different methods to create a Splash Portal.
Each Splash Portal template defines where contents can be positioned. To get more information about Splash Portal Templates, please read General information about Splash Portal templates.
Then, each Venue created by the Tenant must be associated to each Splash Portal, and this is logical, since the Splash Portal is the way the end-user takes advantage of the service (except when IEEE 802.1x authentication is enabled on the Venue). Learn more here: Creating a new Venue.
Each Splash Portal generated from a Template can be filled with various content that is displayed on the Splash Portal (learn more here: Customizing the Splash Portal defining content blocks).
Finally, you can further customize graphics, aesthetics and set few advanced options, as described in Setting appearance, languages and public URLs for your Splash Portal.
Following this configuration, it is possible to get a smart Splash Portal for your end-users, customized exactly as you wish.