Version:1.5.2 Allows complete customization of dashboard panels and logos, removal of menus, giving editors access to widgets and menus plus lots mor
Just added it for first time for one of my client. Its really too awesome and easy to use.
Give it a try guys. You won't regret it.
Great plugin. Lot's of features and easy to setup. Wouldn't have been able to do what I needed for a multi author blog setup without it. I really like the custom dashboard panels feature and ability to add Custom CSS for Admin feature. With those two features I was able to setup a nice greeting widget and another with key information for my contributors' dashboard when they log in. Took some css to remove the extra empty widgets and apply 100% width to the widgets to get the look I desired and White Label CMS made this possible. Thank you for the great plugin, appreciate it!
Could you include the ability to create extra customised admin colour profiles ala WordPress 3.8.1. in your next update? It would help Greatly to be able to set this so I can quickly distinguish between the all the sites I have to manage. Thanks again.
This plugin gives the administrator complete control over the dashboard views for all users, with the ability to hide sensitive information from anyone who is not a site admin. We had thought that we would have to custom-program a client's dashboard until we found White Label CMS, because no other plugin does this. Not only that, but it's amazing how many useful options are available in this free plugin. Kudos and thanks to the developer!
You can add a nice welcome screen to make it easier for your users, customize the logo, and so forth. Does the job very well.
nice plugin, works like a charm
I love this one because it gives you a lot of control over what you want admins and back-end users to see as well as customers. It's all about branding!
This plugin is very easy and intuitive. The update from 3.7.x to 3.8 was a bit strange for about three days, maybe less, and then an update was released which solved all of the css issues and the plugin still works great. No reconfiguration seemed to be needed when upgrading to 3.8.
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