White label option of Restrict plugin allows you to “rename” the plugin in the menu of your website. Doing this is quite easy and all you need to do is to place the following line to your wp-config.php file:
define(‘RSC_PLUGIN_TITLE’, ‘My Custom Name’);
Of course, you should change My Custom Name with the title of the plugin that you would like to use. And, as a result, it will look like this:
Apart from renaming of the menu item here are other things that will change when Restrict is white labeled:
- Account menu item will be removed – this is particularly useful if you’re installing this plugin to the website of some of your clients and don’t want them to be able to access your account credentials. Of course, if needed, you can still access the account page when the plugin is white-labeled by navigating to the following URL: https://your-website-domain.com/wp-admin/admin.php?page=restricted_content_settings-account (where you should replace the my-website-domain.com with the domain of your website).
- Restrict’s welcome screen is removed – when Restrict is white labeled, it’s Welcome screen (which displays a list of the key features) will be removed.
- All the links leading to restrict.io website are removed – the URLs such as documentation links and link for WordPress.org review will be also removed.