A splash page (also known as a 'captive portal') can provide a branded experience to wireless users, in addition to prompting for username/password credentials. For example, the splash page can display a corporate logo and color scheme. The splash page can also show the terms of service, which might include an acceptable use agreement or a privacy statement. This can be useful for an open guest wireless network.
This KB article overviews how to implement a custom theme for your splash page.
Note: For additional information on splash page configuration, please refer to our documentation on Configuring Splash Pages.
Note: This section requires working knowledge of HTML and CSS.
If the page becomes unusable after an edit and cannot be corrected, delete the custom theme and start again. While making changes to the templates, it is important to make note of what is being added and/or removed. Deleting certain lines can have unintended effects. Specifically, if the variable <meta name="viewport" content="user-scalable = yes"> is removed, the page will no longer scale when moving from a computer browser to a phone or tablet. Below is an example of what the tag should look like:
3. Click on save to apply the settings.