How do I put Woocommerce in maintenance mode?
In your WordPress dashboard, go to Settings » Coming Soon Pro.
Under ‘Status’ you can choose either ‘Enable Coming Soon Mode’ or ‘Enable Maintenance Mode’.
How do I hide my WordPress site until ready?
Hide Your WordPress site Until It’s Ready (Maintenance Mode
How do I turn off WordPress maintenance mode?
Stuck in WordPress Maintenance Mode? Here’s How to Get Out of It
How do I make my WordPress site under construction?
- Open WordPress admin, go to Plugins, click Add New.
- Enter “under construction page” in search and hit Enter.
- Plugin will show up as the first on the list, click “Install Now”
- Activate & open plugin’s settings page located under the Settings menu.
How do I make a coming soon page on WordPress?
Plugin SetupStart out in your WordPress dashboard. Go to Plugins > Add New and install the Coming Soon Page & Maintenance Mode plugin by SeedProd. If you’re not brought directly to the plugin’s page, go to Settings > Coming Soon Page & Maintenance Mode and make sure you’re on the Content tab. Enter your Headline.
How do I hide my WordPress site from public?
Settings »Privacy SettingsThe Site Privacy setting controls who can view your site, allowing you to make the site private or public. To access this setting, go to My Site → Settings and look for Privacy on the General tab. When you first create your site, by default the site will be Private.
How do I unpublish my WordPress site temporarily?
First, login to your WordPress dashboard. Navigate to the post you want to unpublish, and locate the Publish meta box on the right side.
If the post/page is live, the Status will read “Published.” To unpublish the post:
- Click the blue Edit link.
- Choose the Draft status.
- Click the OK button.
- Update the post.
How do I not publish my WordPress site?
In the part where the “publish” button is located (and which now has changed name to “Update”: find the field “status” a bit higher up and click on “Edit” next to it. Select “Draft”. Next hit that “Update” button. Now your page is offline.”