Support » Plugin: Coming Soon by Supsystic » Maintenance Mode Missing

  • The Maintenance Mode isn’t in the plugin once you install it. Only the coming soon option is available. This might be fine, but the maintenance mode is the only one that allows you to exclude URLs from appearing. Tried to contact creators, and no response.

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  • Plugin Author supsystic

    (@supsysticcom)

    Hello.
    Please tell me – what do you mean by “Maintenance Mode”? I mean when you install our plugin – it give you 3 main options:
    1. Coming soon – will show one of pre-selected templates instead of your site for your visitor while you will edit your site (logged-in as admin).
    2. Redirect – will redirect your users to some other location until you will finish your work
    3. 503 header response – this will show 503 error, will mean for users that your site is unavailable, but search engines will understand this as “site is ok, just went to some development”
    But I can’t understand – what exactly should Maintenance Mode do?

    Plugin Author supsystic

    (@supsysticcom)

    Hello.
    So, can you tell me – what exactly functionality is missing in our plugin? You set it lowest rating – and I just want to know what we can do to make it work as it should for you. I think this will be fair.

    Hi,

    Sorry for the late response, I have been out of the office. but this is what I’m referring to:

    From Plugin Description page: https://wordpress.org/plugins/coming-soon-by-supsystic/

    “Under Construction Mode
    Any startup can benefit from setting up a coming soon page as early as possible. But the other way is to setup Under Construction Mode on your website. With UnderConstruction or Maintenance mode turned on, only you can see your site when you are logged in to WordPress as an Administrator. All other visitors will see the message you enter in the box seen above, usually telling visitors to come back after Under Construction Mode will turn off.

    There’re options to remove Under Construction and Maintenance modes not only for Administrators but for other user roles or special URLs. That options is also available when you setup Coming Soon or Launch page.”

    This whole section in the description part of the plugin is what I was referring to. Once the plugin is installed there is no way option for maintenance mode. Specifically I needed the functionality for “specific URLs” and it was nowhere to be found.

    Plugin Author supsystic

    (@supsysticcom)

    Hello.
    Thank you for response.
    Yes, those features was in our initial plugin development scope, but was not done yet, we missed this in our first releases. But you are right – they should be there, so we just made new release – 1.0.9 – for you, with those features, so you can check them out: possibility to open site for special user roles, and for required URLs. Is this what you need?

    Plugin Author supsystic

    (@supsysticcom)

    Hello.
    Please tell me – did you have a chance to check features, that we created for you in our last update? Does they do what you need? Do you need some more functionality from our plugins? Just tell me, we are ready to discuss it.

    Plugin Author supsystic

    (@supsysticcom)

    Hello.
    We didn’t hear from you almost one week. Please tell me – did you checked required functionality? Did it work for you as required or you need some more improvements?

    Hello – I was just looking at this too and I didn’t see an option for the maintenance mode (I just downloaded and installed the plugin)…maybe I’m missing this feature? Thanks!

    No I didn’t bother checking it. I downloaded a plugin that had the functionalities that I need. Thanks for reaching out!

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