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ZipWP: All About Your Host Dashboard

In this article, we’ll help you understand everything about your host dashboard that you see in your ZipWP host dashboard.

This includes how to add your branding and configure security and plugin related settings.

Let’s begin within the first tab – Branding Details!

Branding Details

Within this section, you will find the options to generate the customized version of your ZipWP plugin.

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Here’s how the details you provide will be used and displayed to users.

Company Name

This name will be displayed in the plugin’s author/installed plugins section.

Company URL

This URL will be linked to the “visit plugin site” and author Name to help people navigate to your website if needed.

Company Description

This description is for internal reference only. It will not be displayed to your customers anywhere.

Dark Logo

This version of your logo will be displayed over light backgrounds. Here’s a dark logo for reference.

Light Logo

This logo will be displayed over dark backgrounds. Check out this light version of a logo for reference

Primary Color

The primary color controls the button color for the AI builder interface.

Primary Hover Color

Primary hover color controls the color of buttons upon hover state.

Secondary Color

The secondary color controls a lot of things like:

Left Sidebar

Hover Color of Field Border

Text Highlight Color

Texts on Transparent/Secondary Button

That’s all about branding details. Now you will be able to customize the AI builder based on your brand colors.

Next, let’s understand “Plugin Settings.”

Plugin Settings

Within the plugin settings, you can provide the plugin name and description.

 It will be displayed in the WordPress admin area.

You’ll also find an additional setting that allows you to automatically delete your custom plugin after the site is generated. 

This is especially useful if you don’t want your customers to see the plugin in the ‘Installed Plugins’ section and do not want your users to regenerate the sites with AI builder.

After you’ve added plugin details, you can configure usage and security related settings.

Security

In this section, you will find two main settings. Let’s understand them both.

Max Sites Usage Per User

When people build websites using your custom plugin, you can determine how many times they can regenerate the website.

For example, imagine you set the ‘Max Sites Usage per Number’ as 2.

Now, when people install WordPress and see the AI Builder screen for the first time, they can generate their website for the first time.

After the import is complete, and they’re not satisfied with the design, they can then access the AI Builder again through the Appearance menu and regenerate the website once more. 

However, after this second regeneration, the option to regenerate using the AI Builder will be blocked for your users.

Note: The regeneration of designs on the same website will consume the website generation limit assigned to your plan.

Whitelist IPs

To ensure website generation requests only come from authorized servers, you can whitelist your service’s IP addresses. 

This prevents unauthorized token generation requests from external servers.

That concludes all the settings related to your host dashboard. We hope you find this article useful. If you need more information, please feel free to contact us.

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