If you are a first-time user of WordPress or new to building websites, then this WordPress logo’s and branding which exist all over front and back ends would have caused a lot of trouble. Although you are an expert in web development programming languages it is not advisable to modify the core WordPress files to point all the branding code to your files and logos. In the beginning, I too faced similar issues and branding troubles. Using plug-ins is a great way to change almost anything in WordPress, but all the plug-in recommendations or listings streamed in Google search just removes the WordPress branding. This is just half the work, and we need to remove WordPress branding and fill those positions with our own branding. After a little research on the web, I came across a Plug-in which replaces WordPress branding with our logos and texts or banners. There are numerous options and positions, which completely eliminates even the word “WordPress” from your website.
- Download the White Label CMS plugin
- Upload it to your plugins directory
- Go to the plugins directory and activate the plugin
- Go to Settings->White Label CMS and use the menu system to change the default values.
After Installation “White Label CMS” will be present in settings tab on the left menu. Click on that to open the options page of the plug-in. Refer the screenshot below.
Options screen will look like the image below.
All the positions of branding are classified into four panels and each panel has several options to change Logos, Brand Names, Welcome notes, WordPress news and updates, backend branding etc etc..
Images below show expanded panels, but they may not be clear due to wide options present over there. The whole plug-in self-explanatory and in case of any doubt or confusion refer to their official help page which has video explanation for the entire process and usage.
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