WordPress Maintenance Mode: How To Enable It With Elementor Plugin

by | Mar 10, 2020 | 0 comments

WordPress Maintenance Mode: How To Enable It With Elementor Plugin

by | Mar 10, 2020 | Free Wordpress Plugins | 0 comments

Want to work on your website in private? In this tutorial, you will see how to activate maintenance mode in WordPress using Elementor FREE plugin (Get it here:
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As we’ve seen, it’s very easy to setup an “under construction” or “coming soon” page in Zerif using Elementor‘s Maintenance Mode feature.

If you are a site owner, web designer or developer, always remember to set a maintenance mode page to prevent your visitors from seeing your site during maintenance or development. If you’re already a user of Elementor (and there are lots of reasons to be one), there’s no need to download additional plugins to set up a page like that.


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