The main difference between white-labeled websites and code-based websites is in their creation process. A white-labeled website is a website that is created by one company or individual and is branded by another company or individual as their own.
A ‘Whitelabel’ means to use a plain or generic label that can be customized by the reseller with their own branding. In the context of websites, this means that the website’s design, functionality, and content are created by one party, but the website is marketed and branded as if it were created by another party.
The website can be customized to meet the specific needs and requirements of the business or individual who commissioned it.