White label custom layout templates and modules in Page Builder
In the Agency version of Beaver Builder, you can effectively white label the display of your custom templates in Page Builder by overriding the built-in templates.
White label custom layout templates
Instead of displaying the templates as a list in the Layout Templates screen in Page Builder, your templates are beautifully displayed as image thumbnails, organized into pages according to the categories you designate. The categories appear in the template selection box in the upper right corner.
Even better, if you have a multisite installation, you can specify which installation has the "master" templates to be displayed.
The following procedure assumes that you have already developed your set of templates assigned them to categories, and assigned the order in which you want them to appear. For help with these tasks, see the Related Articles.
Tip: to add thumbnails to your saved templates, open each template in Builder > Templates and add a featured image.
To white label your custom templates and replace the built-in set:
- On the WordPress admin panel, go to Settings > Page Builder and click the Templates tab.
- Select Override core templates.
- For a multisite installation, enter the ID of the site you want to take precedence in overriding the core templates.
- If you want to display the row and modules templates as sections in the Add Content panel, select Show Row Templates and Show Module Templates. See the next section for more information.
White label saved rows and modules
White labeling saved rows and modules means that if you assign the saved rows and modules to categories in the Templates admin panel and then use the Override Core Templates feature described in the previous section, the categories will appear in the Add Content menu in Page Builder.
Here's an example. In the following screenshot of the Templates admin panel, you can see two modules and one row that have been assigned the categories My Custom Modules and My Custom Rows, respectively.
After you select Override core templates and also select Show Row Templates and Show Module Templates, you can see those categories added in Page Builder, as shown in this screenshot.
The saved rows are automatically placed into the Row Layouts section, and the saved modules are automatically placed into the Modules section.
If you want to remove some of the built-in modules so people use your custom ones, see the related links on how to hide modules.