How to set up an Atomx Whitelabel | With Atomx you will be able to get a white-labeled version of the Atomx user interface. This whitelabel gives your advertisers and publishers the impression as if you own all available inventory and all offers. Which is kind of true, isn’t it? At least you have access to it. A whitelabel increases your brand recognition by tailoring certain elements of the Atomx User Interface to your brand — including branded email notifications. No technical development or capital expenditure budget needed.
In order to get a whitelabel …
(1) Send your logos (high resolution images) of your company brand to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please use either jpg or png. One logo will be needed for the header; top left position → max. width x height: 250x50px. Another logo will be placed at your whitelabel login page → max. width x height: 400x400px. Keep in mind: the logo on the login page has a white background while the 250×50 logo be placed on a blue background by default – unless you choose a different color. Atomx does not have a Graphic Designer on staff to create custom logos for you. Please send us fixed logos. The 250×50 should preferably be transparent.
(2) At your web host create a subdomain, e.g. cp.your-brand.com or ads.your-brand.net, and point it to CNAME: cp.atomx.com.
(3) Optionally provide a custom CSS to further modify your whitelabel user interface.
Please take note that Atomx whitelabels do not cover changes of domain names in publisher tags. A publisher tag such as …script data-cfasync=false src=“s.ato.mx/p.js#id=1&size=160×600”… cannot be modified into … script data-cfasync=false src=“s.name-of-whitelabel.com/p.js#id=1&size=160×600.
For further information go to http://wiki.atomx.com/