If you’re interested in white labelling the Nexter Theme with your brand name, we’re here to guide you through the process.
The White Label feature is available with all the Nexter Theme Pro plans.
To White Label the Nexter Theme with your Brand Name, from the WordPress Dashboard, go to Appearance > Nexter Settings > White Label.
You’ll find a form where you’ll have to fill up your information.
Brand Name – Add your brand name. This will replace the Nexter Builder menu in the Dashboard.
Theme Name – Add your theme name.
Theme Description – Add theme description.
Developer / Agency (Theme) – Add the developer name. This will show in the theme details and plugins section.
Website URL (Pro Version) – Add your theme website URL.
Theme Screenshot – Add your theme screenshot, which will show in the theme section under Appearance > Themes.
Upload Logo / Icon – Add your brand logo or icon, which will show in the Dashboard menu and in the Nexter Settings page.
Plugin Name (Free Version) – Add your free plugin name, which will replace the Nexter Extension plugin name.
Plugin Name (Pro Version) – Add your pro plugin name, which will replace the Nexter Pro Extensions plugin name.
Plugin Description (Free Version) – Add a description for your free plugin.
Plugin Description (Pro Version) – Add a description for your pro plugin.
If you want to maintain a consistent brand image for your clients without giving them the ability to modify the plugin settings, you can hide the White Label option by selecting the Hide White Label checkbox at the end of the form. This will remove the White Label option from the Nexter Settings, preventing your clients from changing the white label options. If you want to get the White Label option back, simply deactivate and activate the Nexter Pro Extensions plugin.
This feature is especially useful for agencies or developers who wish to protect their brand image and ensure that their clients cannot change the branding or settings of the theme.
Once you have filled in the information, click on the Save button to save the changes.
You won’t see any changes immediately, you have to refresh the page to see the changes.
Now if you go to Appearance > Themes, you’ll see your custom theme name with your screenshot. Once you click on the Theme Details, you’ll see find your custom theme description and developer name with the website URL.
In the Plugins section, you’ll see your custom plugin names along with other details such as plugin description, developer name, and website URL.
Note: Only the developer name and plugin website URL will change, the rest of the links associated with the plugin will remain unchanged.
This feature is especially useful for agencies or developers who want to brand the plugin with their identity.
How to Revert White Label?
n case you wish to remove your branding, just remove the details from the White Label form under Appearance > Nexter Settings > White Label and save. It will revert to the original plugin branding.
Will I Receive Updates After White Labelling?
Yes! You will continue to get updates even after white labelling. These updates will not affect your white label settings.
How to Hide the White Label Option?
To hide the white label option, go to The Plus Settings > White Label and at the bottom of the form check the Hide White Label checkbox and click on the Save button. This will remove the White Label option.