White Label Features
WordPress Login Page Customization
Replace the default WordPress logo with your own. Upload your custom login logo for your WordPress site.
Change the default gray and boring login screen background with your own custom image or illustration to better match your client’s branding.
Redirect users to a specific URL after they have successfully logged in to the WordPress admin.
We have color pickers for every aspect of the login screen. You can change the text and background colors of the login box. The link and button colors are adjustable as well.
Set your own link and attribute text on the login logo. Replace the default WordPress.org link with something more appropriate for your client.
Switch up the default centered login box with left and right layout templates for the WordPress login page.
Add your own CSS snippets to the login page directly inside of the White Label settings interface.
Hide the Remember Me checkbox on any WordPress site’s login page using a feature found in White Label.
Turn off the WordPress language switcher on a site’s login page using a simple setting in White Label.
Remove the Go to Site Link on your WordPress site’s login page in seconds with White Label.
Remove the WordPress Lost Your Password link from your site’s login page with our White Label plugin.
WordPress Dashboard Customization
Replace the default WordPress welcome panel on the dashboard with your own custom version. Add text, images, and links for your clients to see as soon as they log in to WordPress.
Add your own widget with any content to the WordPress dashboard. Include custom information and details for your clients to see after they log in.
Don’t need the default WordPress or third-party dashboard widgets? Simply remove them by checking a single box in White Label’s settings.
Pick and choose individual dashboard widgets to remove from your dashboard. You can select from the default widgets and any third-party widgets added by plugins and themes.
Completely replace the WordPress dashboard with your own content. Use the WYSIWYG editor to create a custom dashboard experience.
Elementor Template SupportWhite Label Pro Feature
White Label Pro offers the ability to use Elementor directly inside of your WordPress admin.
Easily assign any Elementor template to be used as a custom WordPress dashboard for your clients.
WordPress Menu Customization
Hide any WordPress or plugin menu and its sub-menu in the admin area from non-White Label Administrators and other users.
Change the text for any of the sidebar menu items shown on the admin side of your WordPress installation.
Hide individual admin bar menu items. The admin bar is the menu logged-in users see at the top of your site.
Rename any of the front-end or back-end admin bar menu items. The admin bar is the menu logged-in users see at the top of your site.
Remove the admin bar from the front end of your WordPress installation for non-administrators and other users.
Replace any icon in the sidebar menu with one of the 300 Dashicons available in WordPress.
Resize the WordPress admin menu to make menu items with long text fit into the admin’s design better.
Customize the color scheme of the WordPress admin’s menu and input fields to match your client’s branding.
WordPress Plugin Customization
Hide WordPress plugins and their updates from non-White Label Administrators and other users.
Change individual plugin details (name, description, links, etc.) that display on the Plugins screen.
WordPress Admin Customization
Hide WordPress update notification alerts and nags from non-White Label Administrators.
Prevent all admin notifications from being displayed to users who are not White Label Administrators.
Remove the Screen Options button from the top of every screen in the WordPress admin.
Remove the Help button from the top of every screen in the WordPress admin.
Replace the “Howdy, Name” in the admin bar with any text you would like.
Set your own footer credit in the WordPress admin area.
Set your own small logo in the admin bar to replace the default WordPress logo.
Totally remove the WordPress logo from the admin bar so that no branding is visible.
Add your own custom CSS rules to the WordPress admin for a deeper level of customization.
WordPress Email Customization
Change the default WordPress email settings to your own business name and email address.
Disable the Administration Email Verification screen when administrators log into WordPress.
Miscellaneous Features and Support
Hide the WordPress version number in your site’s markup and on the admin interface.
You can use White Label with WordPress Multisite networks. Apply White Label settings from your main site to all sites on your network.
Easily import or export settings from any White Label or White Label Pro installation.