Here are the directions to replace our branding with your own. We call it private label, but it is also considered white label. Keep in mind, you need to purchase a software subscription to enable this capability of the software.
Updating software directory name
Note: This section is not necessary if your site is hosted with us.
If you have not already, you should rename the "livesite" software directory on the web server to a custom name of your choice (e.g. "login"). Next, you must update the .htaccess file and index.php file (for v7.1.1+) in the web root so that it contains the custom name instead of "livesite".
Preparing your branding
Create a product logo for the header of the liveSite Control Panel. Your product logo image should be 150x50 pixels in size and be matted on a black background.
Like this: livesite-private-label-logo-black.gif
Create a company logo to the footer of the liveSite Control Panel. Your company logo should be 150x50 pixels in size and be matted on a black background.
Like this: livesite-private-label-footer-logo-black.gif
You can also add up to 5 website links to the footer of the liveSite Control Panel so your clients can contact you to purchase upgrades, support, and additional design services.
Applying your branding
Once you have prepared your logos and links, private-labeling each of your liveSites is fast and easy:
Once you have re-branded your liveSite, you can add your own web designs, or start with our default design theme and create a website design for your client.
You will eventually need to invite your client to login into their liveSite to preview your designs, and add new users and content. You do this by creating a User account for them with the "Manager" Role.
IMPORTANT: We recommend that the highest level of user access you allow your client to have is the "Manager" Role. This will ensure that they can access all features and management functions of the website except editing your designs, re-branding the Control Panel, or removing your Administator access.