Do you want the OptinMonster builder to use your own company’s branding? Our Custom Branding feature allows you to change the logo, colors, and text to match your own company’s brand! Follow the guide below to learn how to use OptinMonster’s Custom Branding feature.
- What is Custom Branding?
- How do I Enable/Disable Custom Branding?
- What Custom Branding Options are Available?
What is Custom Branding?
The custom branding feature allows you to replace the OptinMonster logo with your own as well as change the color scheme of the Dashboard and Builder for you and any sub-accounts on your account. You can also create a custom subdomain for your agency, such as ‘yourcompany.optinforms.com’.
You can use this to change the branding to your own when using OptinMonster with client sites.
How do I Enable/Disable Custom Branding?
If you would like to enable or disable custom branding, and if you are on your Dashboard screen, then first go to your My Account page by clicking the User Icon.
Click on Branding at the top left.
On this page, you can set your custom branding settings, as well as see whether your settings are active. When you are ready to make your custom branding live click Enable Custom Branding at the top right.
To disable your custom branding without losing your settings, you can click Disable Custom Branding at the top right.
What Custom Branding Options are Available?
The Brand Name field will replace all instances of ‘OptinMonster’ throughout the app.
The Email Address field will be used as the return email for all correspondence sent through the app.
The Subdomain will be the subdomain where your account will be located. For example, if you set the subdomain to ‘mycompany’, the default address for your site will be located at ‘mycompany.optinforms.com’. Your site will also work at ‘mycompany.optinmonster.com’.
Use the Copyright Text field replaces the entire copyright section in the footer of the app. This field also accepts some HTML and data tags, which are listed below the field box.
The Header Background Color and Header Text Color change the background color and text color respectively in the top header of the app that contains the primary logo. In this example, the header background color has been changed to #20272D:
The Primary Button Color and Primary Button Text Color change the background color and text color respectively of primary buttons, such as the Create Campaign button on the dashboard.
The Secondary Button Color and Secondary Button Text Color change the background color and text color respectively of secondary buttons, such as the Archives and Refresh Analytics buttons on the dashboard.
The Brand Logo field lets you upload an image to replace the OptinMonster logo in the header and the Brand Icon field lets you upload an image to replace the OptinMonster icon in the browser tab.
If you want even more control over the branding and display, you can Enable Advanced Options to add your own CSS and adjust the style.
You can use the Refresh Branding option to revert all styling to the default.
Ready to show off your custom branding? See our guide on how to use sub-accounts.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Will the custom branding settings affect both the Builder and the Dashboard?
A: Yes, the custom branding settings will affect both the Dashboard and the Builder for creating campaigns.
Q: How can I customize something that isn’t listed as an option in the Custom Branding section?
A: If you want even more control over the branding and display, you can Enable Advanced Options to add your own CSS and adjust the style.