The dashboard styling setting makes it easy for you to brand the WordPress Dashboard to match your website or brand. You can also while label WordPress by removing any WordPress reference.
Give your WordPress login screen a personalized look and makeover when your clients or users login to the site. A little personal touch goes a long way.
Want to leave a custom notice or message for your client when they login into their website? We have found this is a great way to say thank you and ask the client for a testimonial.
Simplify the WordPress dashboard by removing your choice of menu items. Clients will still be able to use these features, the menu items will just be removed from the dashboard menu. To restrict client capabilities, use the ‘Client Access’ feature.
No one likes seeing a cluttered screen and getting overwhelmed. The hide widget setting is a great way to solve that problem. You can choose the row format you would like to display them, and even create your own custom widget.
This feature can either be used as a coming soon page or an under construction page while you work on the website. The Under Construction page will be visible only to logged out users who try to visit the website.
Limiting your clients’ capability on their site can be a great feature. Especially when they are not the most tech savvy. Simply assign your client the user role “Clients” and select the features you would like your client to have.
Here you can manage all aspects of Analytics and Tracking done on the site. This adds the code directly to the header of your website so you don’t need to custom change any theme files.
Rebrand your WordPress theme and disable WordPress notifications and nags, PHP errors, and auto-update emails.
Useful shortcodes you can use throughout your website to dynamically populate data. Example: Auto update copyright date in footer based on current year.