Everyone needs an under construction page. Eventually. You may use one to show visitors that you’re about to publish your site soon. You may need to switch your regular site to the maintenance mode page when you’re doing fixes or updates on a larger scale. Why lose your visitors to a broken page when you can show them a professional under construction page?
If you’re about to construct that page from scratch, yes, you will have to get hands dirty on some HTML and CSS even if you’re working with WordPress. And you will have to know a thing or two about web design, that’s for sure. Additionally, you will have to work things around WP to redirect everyone to that custom page you created. But as you might have guessed, there are already some amazing maintenance mode plugins for WordPress that can save you time.
For today’s article, we’ve chosen the…
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