Plugin Author: Themeisle
WordPress profile: Themeisle
Last updated: March 1, 2023 (4 weeks ago)
Tested up to (WP version): WP 6.1.1
Rating: 5 (out of 5)
Add a maintenance page to your blog that lets visitors know your blog is down for maintenance, add a coming soon page for a new website or create a landing page for an existing site. User with admin rights gets full access to the blog including the front end.
Activate the plugin and your blog is in maintenance-mode, works and only registered users with enough rights can see the front end. You can use a date with a countdown timer for visitor information or set a value and unit for information.
Also works with WordPress Multisite installs (each blog from the network has its own maintenance settings).
- Fully customizable (change colors, texts and backgrounds).
- Subscription form (export emails to .csv file).
- Countdown timer (remaining time).
- Contact form (receive emails from visitors).
- Coming soon page;
- Landing page templates;
- WordPress multisite;
- Responsive design;
- Social media icons;
- Works with any WordPress theme;
- SEO options;
- Exclude URLs from maintenance;
- Bot functionality to collect the emails in a friendly and efficient way;
- GDPR Ready;
Bugs, technical hints or contribute
Please give us feedback, contribute and file technical bugs on GitHub Repo.
Developed by Themeisle
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WP Maintenance Mode can be unstable due to the cache plugins; we recommend deactivating any cache plugin when maintenance mode is active. If you really want to use a cache plugin, make sure you delete the entire cache after each change.
If you change your login url, please add the new slug (url: http://domain.com/newlogin, then you should add: newlogin) to Exclude list from plugin settings -> General Tab.
wp-cron.php is excluded by default.
Maintenance Mode Example
Maintenance Mode Example #2
Dashboard General Settings
Dashboard Design Settings
Dashboard Modules Settings
Dashboard Bot Settings
Latest Change log entry:
admin, administration, coming soon, maintenance mode, unavailable