White Label options are available in
config/statamic/cp.php or through corresponding environment variables.
Keep in mind that according to the license terms you can only rebrand for personal, internal, or client usage. You cannot resell Statamic under another name.
You can choose to switch the default "rad" login theme with a more vanilla (and boring) "business" theme.
'theme' => env('STATAMIC_THEME', 'rad'),
Custom CMS Name
Set a custom name for the CMS.
'custom_cms_name' => env('STATAMIC_CUSTOM_CMS_NAME', 'Statamic'),
Swap out the logo with a URL to one of your own.
'custom_logo_url' => env('STATAMIC_CUSTOM_LOGO_URL', null),
You may set different logos for inside and outside Control Panel (nav bar and login screen, respectively) by passing an array.
'custom_logo_url' => ['nav' => '/logo-white.png','outside' => '/logo-dark.png'],
Swap out the favicon with a URL to one of your own.
'custom_favicon_url' => env('STATAMIC_CUSTOM_FAVICON_URL', null),
Set the path to a CSS file and easily add your own styles to the control panel.
'custom_css_url' => env('STATAMIC_CUSTOM_CSS_URL', null),
Set the location of the support link in the "Useful Links" header dropdown. Use
false to remove it entirely.
'support_url' => env('STATAMIC_SUPPORT_URL', 'https://statamic.com/support'),
Whether to show links to Statamic documentation throughout the Control Panel.
'link_to_docs' => env('STATAMIC_LINK_TO_DOCS', true),