Extension: White Label

This article was last updated on the January 2, 2017.

Extensions are X specific plugins available for download for all customers with a validated purchase of X. You can easily download and manage all of your Extensions directly from the WordPress admin area under Addons > Extensions. This article covers documentation for the White Label Extension and goes into detail on certain features where needed.

Enabling the Extension

After installing and activating White Label, you’ll find its settings page underneath the Addons menu.

White Label Settings

From the main White Label settings screen you can choose to disable or enable the plugin as needed:

White Label Enable Or Disable

Disabling the plugin will effectively turn off all output from the plugin (e.g. HTML, CSS, JavaScript etc). This is useful as a quick way to toggle activity if you ever need without having to go through the Plugins menu and worry about activating/deactivating it completely. This way you can work with and manage all of your X specific functionality from one centralized place under the Addons section.

Selecting the enable checkbox will bring up the Settings meta box below. This is where you will adjust any options for the plugin and input your data as needed.

White Label Main Settings

What White Label Does

White Label allows you brand different areas of your WordPress admin including the login screen, perfect for adding custom messages and logos to hand over to clients. Or to give your own website that more professional look without having WordPress branding.

Setting Up White Label

White Label has a range of different settings that are covered below.

  • Login Image – Allows you to define a custom login image for your WordPress page, which will replace the standard WordPress logo with an image of your choice.
  • Retina Support for logo – Enable retina support for the custom login image logo, the size will be divided by 2 for non-retina devices.
  • Login Background Image – Allows you to define a custom background image for your WordPress login page (wp-login.php).
  • Addons Home Heading – Allows you to set a custom heading for the addons section.
  • Addons Home Content – Enter custom text that will appear in the Addons home page (no HTML allowed).
  • Addons Home Output Position – Select where you want the custom addons content to output, either at the start of the page or the end of the page.

Once you’ve set everyting as you want click on Update to save your settings. You can then logout of your website and visit your WordPress login page to see the new login logo and when logged on click on X Addons >> Home to see your new home content.

Congrats you’ve now successfully setup White Label!