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100% Whitelabel

Be able to remove "powered by webydo" and change login urls to or a generic url which doesn't contain the brand

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Derrick shared this idea  ·   ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
Completed  ·  AdminMichael (Head of Support, Webydo) responded  · 

This feature has been improved and expanded, in order to provide a more comprehensive solution for both studios and agencies.

This will allow designers to custom-brand Webydo’s interface and present it to their clients as their own.

We are constantly adding more and more custom-branding abilities to Webydo.

You are granted with your own log-in page, displaying your own logo, so your clients will be able to log-in directly to their websites, in order to manage content, without having to go through Webydo at all.

Branding is a key element for any designer. Whether you own a large company or you are a freelancer, your brand is your identity.


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  • Steven Herren commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I don't like that it isn't offered with the Pro plan. I am a single designer and this would look very professional to future clients and ones that I already have,

  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I like that you guys are taking this approach. That is what attracted me to years ago - they do the same for newsletters. Keep cleaning it, and I'm in!


  • Anna - Webydo Support Manager commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Hey Scott, please see my replies listed below:

    1. If you're a pro client in Webydo- you can connect a leading domain to your account- which will enable you to publish sites under your branded subdomain.

    2. Working on this issue.

    3. The CMS account does not have any webydo mentions.

    4. 404 pages have been cleared and white labeled- they do not have "webydo" on them.

    In case of any additional questions or issues please update us -

  • Scott commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Among other things, a genuine white label solution means that:
    1. No Webydo name should appear in client URLs pre or post "publishing."
    2. No Webydo name should appear in the "from" header of emails forwarded from client site webforms (e.g., "contact" page) for email.
    3. No Webydo name or fees should show in the CMS tool under "Settings."
    4. No Webydo name should appear in client 404 error pages.

    Without these updates, it is almost impossible to sell "white label" services to a tech savvy client who will surely find the Webydo site and pricing page.

  • Anna - Webydo Support Manager commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Good news!
    We also have a leading domain option available in our paid plans- now you can publish websites under your subdomain in the design process.
    Instead of publishing sites under Webydo's sub-domain like this:,
    You're able to publish your sites under your own domain, like this:

    We are also developing a white- label for all of the links and the code as well- This should be available in the upcoming weeks.

    For more information please email us at


  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    This is a very important issues, full branding should be for 'every' element. Im am extremely happy with what I have seen so far with webydo, but I am yet to use this for a client project, and full branding is very important to me.

  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Webydo looks amazing!! as a designer I get fedup with the reliance on programmers. This would be an ideal solution but it would need to be 100% whitelabel! I am working on a project involving selling hundreds of potential websites to certain business sectors. I am discussing this with a Wordpress developer but Webydo would be amazing. Going to try the free account now!!

  • Cesareo commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    100% whitelable not only gives consistency, it also makes small design shops look like big-business. 3 Votes!

  • alex commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Well if you offer branding to your clients you have to go all the way and that includes custom/branded/helpful 404 error pages and also all error pages (forms, etc.) that clients and visitors could get to see.

    All or nothing is in this case the "rule" that makes it really pay...

  • John commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Definitely a must for a Whitelabel solution, that should be available for paid plans to truly keep designer's branding consistent trough the whole user experience.

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