A white-label product is a product or service produced by one company (the producer) that other companies (the marketers) rebrand to make it appear as if they had made it. White Labeling is one of the cool features that allows you to use Jupiter X on your client websites without any sign of the theme authors. It contains features like the theme name change, logo change, hiding help doc links and customizing your theme control panel in order to make the theme look like your own product. In this article, we will overview the options of white labeling feature in Jupiter X.
Enabling White Label
Before everything, you need to enable the White Label feature. In order to enable the White Label:
1 – Navigate to Jupiter X -> Control Panel -> Settings.
2 – Enable the White Label.
Control Panel Pages
This will give you the ability to show/hide the Jupiter X Control Panel pages. It’s better to keep the System Status and Updates available to make sure your client can give you enough information about the possible problems.
Note: After making any change, you need to Save Settings and refresh the page.
Note: It’s not possible to hide the Settings tab. If you hide all the pages, when you click on Jupiter X -> Control Panel, you will be navigated to the Settings page.
Control Panel Logo
This option will let you change the control panel logo on the top left side of the page. The recommended size of the logo is 120×50 pixels and the format can be SVG/PNG/JPG.
Using this option you can change the name of Jupiter X in the entire admin pages.
It allows you to change the icon beside the Jupiter X menu. You can only choose from the dash icons which are already available in WordPress. Here is the list of icons available to choose from for the menu.
Disabling this option allows you to hide all the Help links in Jupiter X control panel and Customizer. It means that your clients won’t see any link to Artbees documents in front of the customizer settings and other places in the Control Panel.
This option allows you to show/hide the Help submenu in the Jupiter X menu on the WordPress side dashboard.
Note: In case you want to rename the Jupiter X folder name in wp-content/themes/ it’s better to do it via a child theme because changing the base theme folder name may cause issues unless you know what you are doing.
Hiding the White Labeling option and the Settings page in Control Panel
In order to hide the Settings page and White Labeling options in the Control Panel, you can add this line of code to your wp-config.php file:
define( 'JUPITERX_CONTROL_PANEL_SETTINGS', false );
Please note that by disabling the settings, you won’t have access to the other Jupiter X settings as well. This action is reversible as soon as you remove this line of code or change it to:
define( 'JUPITERX_CONTROL_PANEL_SETTINGS', true);