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How to Create a White-labeled Subdomain using Content at Scale
How to Create a White-labeled Subdomain using Content at Scale

When your clients login, they see only your branding.

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Written by Lyn Beringia
Updated over a week ago

White-labeled subdomains are available for users on our Agency plan.

A white-labeled subdomain can reinforce your brand and give your clients a professional experience.

Here's what it means, and how to do it...

What is a Subdomain?

A subdomain is

this.yourdomain.com

It's an extension of your primary domain.

In the example URL above, "this" is the subdomain of "yourdomain.com". Subdomains are useful for organizing and navigating different sections of your website or platform.

Steps to Create a Custom Subdomain:

Access the White Label Settings

Set up your Subdomain

In the field labeled "Enter your company", type in the desired name for your subdomain. This will act as a prefix to ".contentatscale.ai". This is on the backend and your clients won't see this.

Click on the "Check Availability" button to see if your preferred subdomain is available. A message will indicate whether the subdomain is available or not.

  • Note: only letters are accepted in the subdomain; no numbers or special characters. Once you've saved your chosen subdomain, you won't be able to modify it.

Beneath the availability checker, there's a field labeled "Your Subdomain". This will show the full subdomain, e.g., "content.yourcompany.com".

  • Tip: This is the URL where your team and clients will access the platform. Make sure to share this with relevant parties and perhaps even bookmark it for easier access.
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Specify Your App/Page Title:

Locate the "App/Page Title" input field. Here, you can define the title that will appear on the browser tab when users access your platform.

Type in your desired title in the field where it asks, "What do you want your app's page title to be?".

  • Note: The title you set here will be displayed in the browser's title bar or tab, helping users identify the page quickly among multiple open tabs.

Setting Up Your Logo

Locate the "Logo" section: This will typically be on the branding or white label page of your platform.

Upload your logo: Click on the "Change" button, this will allow you to select and upload your company's logo from your computer or cloud storage.

  • Note: Your logo should be 80x80 pixels

Your clients will be able to log into your white-labeled subdomain. They'll see your colors and your branding.Β 


If you have additional questions, need more resources, or would like to provide valuable feedback, don't hesitate to reach out to our dedicated Support team.

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