Maintenance PRO builds on everything you loved about the free Maintenance WordPress plugin (available on wordpress.org). And takes your “Coming Soon” or “Under Construction” page to a whole new level. Both versions tested to WordPress 4.8.
When developing a new site, or making big changes to your existing one. It is sometimes necessary to take it offline for a period of time. But there’s no reason why you can’t still attract visitors and give them a taste of what they’ve got to look forward to. A customized and engaging “maintenance mode” splash page can say a lot about your brand. Or business while you’re getting on with the hard work behind the scenes. And can prompt interaction from your users before your site even goes live!
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Maintenance PRO 3.5.2 Main Key Features:
Video Autoplay Support For MOBILE Devices – Brand new feature that allows you to set a YouTube video as the background and this video will be auto-played on mobile devices
Full-Screen HD Background Gallery – Add your own images, or gallery of images, and customize the delay time for each transition. You can even upload a YouTube or Vimeo video loop, for an original, immersive and dynamic splash page background.
Customizable Text and Branding – Easily incorporate your own branding with the color picker and font library. You can add your own logo and headline, and edit the “Maintenance Mode” text, for a personalized holding page that reflects your business.
Unique Scheduler Countdown – Ramp up the anticipation and make sure that your users come back when you’re ready for them! The overlay counter can be set to a maximum of 365 days and you can choose a simple, boxed or circle format, to suit your style.
HTML Pop-Up – Use the custom HTML area to embed a YouTube video, keeping your users engaged while you work on your site, or a contact form so that you can let them know when you’re going live!
Mailing List Subscription – With MailChimp and Campaign Monitor integration, you can start growing your subscriber base even before your site goes public. Set up a subscription form and mailing list simply by checking a few boxes on your admin page.