Restrict For Elementor
Restrict for Elementor supports quick and easy white labeling by adding just a single line to your wp-config.php file:
define(‘RSC_EL_PLUGIN_TITLE’, ‘My Restriction Plugin’);
Of course, you can use any plugin title that suits your needs but with this you will not only effectively change the plugin title everywhere and remove any ties with our website but will also remove your account details that are otherwise displayed in the Account area of Restrict for Elementor.
This comes in very handy as with the single line, you can make the whole plugins yours in a way and if you’re installing it to your client’s website, you can remove your sensitive account details that your client should not have access to.
However, if you need to access the account information on the website where you have white labeled Restrict for Elementor, you can still do this by navigating to the following URL: https://your-website-domain.com/wp-admin/admin.php?page=restrict_for_elementor_settings-account (where you should replace the my-website-domain.com with the domain of your website).
Additionally, you can also disable each of the criteria individually by adding a line to wp-config.php file. For example, if you don’t want to confuse your client with too many options that they will not be using or you want to de-clutter the dropdown menu with available criteria on your website, you can do so by adding the following lines, each of which controls one of the things:
When using any of the lines to remove a specific feature, tis feature will also be removed from the welcome screen of the Restrict for Elementor in the back end.