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How to Replace the Elementor Loading Logo

How to Replace the Elementor Loading Logo

The White Label WordPress plugin we develop doesn’t only handle basic WordPress features. It also helps you white label Elementor, the world’s most popular page builder plugin. With our plugin, users can adjust Elementor’s branding, hide Pro upsell nags, modify various sections of the editor experience, and more. One of those features our plugin offers is the ability to replace the Elementor loading logo. Let’s go through how you can do that right now.

Install and Activate White Label

The white label Elementor features can be found in the free version of our plugin. They are also available in our premium release, White Label Pro, along with other very useful features. To get started, though, the free version will work fine. We have a guide on how to install White Label available on the site. You can also learn more about how to install White Label Pro if you are interested. When either version of White Label is installed, you are ready to replace the Elementor loading logo.

You can replace the Elementor loading logo with your client’s logo, or even your own logo, in seconds with White Label. Head over to the Plugins tab of White Label’s settings, and scroll down to the section for Elementor features.

The Logos area of the Elementor features has a setting called Loading Logo that looks like this:

Screenshot of White Label's Replace Elementor Loading Logo Feature

This works with the WordPress Media Library or a direct URL to an image. Either way, add the logo you want to use to replace the Elementor logo. Click the Save Settings button and you are done. Immediately, the logo shown when the Elementor editor loads will have been switched.

More White Label Elementor Features

That’s not all our White Label plugin can do. There are additional Elementor features including hiding the Elementor logo throughout the editor, replacing colors, adjusting editor menus, and much more. Check out our full article on how to white label Elementor to learn more. Finally, if you are interested in individual Elementor features, please check out the Elementor documentation on our site.

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