184.108.40.206648 White Label Branding for WordPress Multisite
Are you running a WordPress multisite network? Are you a WordPress developer or a web designer who uses WordPress to develop websites for clients?
Have you ever wished it was easier to customize menus and logos on every subsite in your WordPress multisite network? Do you want to give each subsite the ability to be its own brand? Get over it!
This plugin allows you to control the branding of your main website and all sub-sites in the WordPress Multisite network.
You can create a global template and customize the branding and menus that will be used by all subsites in the network. Or you can allow each subsite in the network to create their own branding and customize their menus for editorial roles. You also have full control over all user roles and capabilities.
Replace the WordPress logo on the login screen and dashboard with your own, or even your client’s. Add custom dashboard meta-boxes that are only available to editors or all users with your own welcome message or help.
WordPress Multisite White Label Branding is also being tested on WordPress 5.2.
Please note that if you are using a WordPress single site installation, you will need to use WordPress White Label branding.
Use the dashboard tool to create an unlimited number of custom dashboard metaboxes. If you have our WordPress User Role Page plugin, you can add access controls to each Metabox. this makes it fully customizable who will see each Metabox (admin, editor, author, contributor or subscriber). Please note that the custom dashboard metabox will only be displayed on the main site. You have a Public, Editor, and Admin meta-box and they will display on the sub-sites.
Launching the brand
Add your own Favicon
Replaces the “W” logo with its own logo.
Set the width of the logo
Add a custom link to your own header logo
Adding developer logos (footer)
Add developer name
Adding a Developer URL
Remove “WordPress” from the Title.
Hide nagging messages for updates
Hide update download links
Hide Context Help
Hide Screen Options
Hide favorite actions
Hiding the WordPress version number from the footer
Set custom sender email addresses
Set custom email names
Add public dashboard metaboxes viewable by all users; subscribers, contributors, authors, editors and administrators.
Add Private Dashboard Metabox that is viewable by editors only.
Add Private Dashboard Metabox that is viewable only by administrators.
Use HTML and shortcodes in custom dashboard boxes.
Delete WordPress Dashboard Widgets one by one.
Remove custom dashboard widgets added by other plugins.
Hide top-level menus (dynamically generated lists that show all menus according to the plugins you install).
Hide sub-level menus (dynamically generated list that displays all menus according to the plugins you install).
Sort (reorder) the top-level menus via a simple drag-and-drop interface.
Hide individual items in the admin bar (can also be hidden based on user roles and capabilities).
Hiding the admin bar
Hiding admin bar settings from configuration files
New: Rename the menu in wp-admin.
New: change the menu icon in wp-admin (type face retina support)
Set the default screen layout for all users
Set the default screen layout for each user
Removing individual screen options
Enable Role and Ability Manager
Hide the administrator user role in the user list
Enable custom dashboard tools
Settings, Import and Export (easy backup of global settings and import of global settings).
Licenses and downloads
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Role and Competency Manager
Creating custom user roles
Create custom features
Set up capabilities for all standard user roles
Set up capabilities for your custom user roles
Disable wp-admin for individual user roles.
Please note that when setting up the role and capability manager on the primary site, it does not apply to all sub-sites. You will need to set up roles and abilities separately for each subsite.