Asset file URL whitelabeling now enabled

While those of you with Professional or Team plans have been able to whitelabel the Editor with your own logo for years, images and other assets have remained hosted on a webflow domain.

So we fixed that: now when you enable whitelabeling for a site, your assets will live at a generic, unbranded URL (something like https://assets.website-files.com/randomfilename, instead of the Webflow branded URL from before).

For existing projects, be sure to republish that site to ensure your images serve at an unbranded URL.

Note: Whitelabeling is not available for projects with an ecommerce site plan.

While those of you with Professional or Team plans have been able to whitelabel the Editor with your own logo for years, images and other assets have remained hosted on a webflow domain. So we fixed that: now when you enable whitelabeling for a site, your assets will live at a generic, unbranded URL.

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