As from WOffice version 4.2.1, you can easily implement White label functionality within your website.
What this functionality does is basically removing the “WOffice” branding in your website, and replacing it with your desired brand name.
White labelling makes your website look more professional and avoids any confusion to your site users, when it comes to the branding terms used.
How to Implement White Labelling
In order to implement white labelling, you will need to carry out the following:
Access your site files via your hosting panel such as cPanel. Alternatively, you can use an FTP software such as FileZilla.
2. Within the root of your WordPress files, select to edit the wp-config.php file
3. Scroll down the file and add the following code before the line that says “/* Add any custom values between this line and the "stop editing" line. */ “.
define( 'WOFFICE_WHITELABEL', true );
define( 'WOFFICE_WHITELABEL_NAME', 'YourSlug' );
You will need to replace the String YourSlug with your desired brand name. Below is an sample illustration:
4. Save your changes.
Once you now access your site, you will notice that your brand name will replace the default “WOffice” label.