Support » Plugin: WP Maintenance Mode » [Plugin: WP Maintenance Mode] Doesn't Work After Activating

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  • go on the plugin list in backend of wp; klick the settings – link on the this plugin; the settings is included the plugin page, not an extra page for less pages.

    I too have just seen the behaviour that the OP reported.

    What I was able to find was that the Settings link for WP Maintenance Mode did NOT function, if the WP Live Activity Streaming plugin was activated at the same time.

    If I disable WP Live Activity Streaming plugin, I am able to access the settings for WP Maintenance Mode.

    Thanks for the plugin 🙂


    I am using this plugin for at least one and a half years. As you already know, I am activating it rarely, when I really have to take the site offline. Today I had to put site in maintenance and after enabling the plugin (as usual) I can’t access “Settings” for it. When I click, nothing happens [javascript:void(0)]. Is this a bug, but I have the same WordPress version and nothing changed since I last successfully used it.

    javascript:void(0) is right; but maybe you have change the cache or a other plugin have a error for javascript. You can see this in the console, like in Webinspector of Chrome or Firebug; right bottom is a red error icon, if you have a js error and click on this icon and you cna read the error.

    Thank you for the quick reply but it seems that I can’t find the problem here. I used Chrome to see if any error occurs but there is not a single one. I tried disabling all the installed plugins and letting just “Wp Maintenance”. No use. I tried to access the “Settings” on 3 different computers all with different operating systems and different java installed. Nothing helped.
    Any idea?

    Note: This could be avoided if the plugin had a separate page for “Settings”.

    The not is on my issues, but I dont find the time for this.

    If you have deactivate all plugins and clear the cache, then please change the theme to a default theme, like TwentyEleven. Maybe you have a js error from theme. Important is, the plugin use jQuery as JS lib, but there is inside the core and the plugin include this js about the default ways.

    Thank you for your reply, Frank.
    Nothing helped, so I just changed to another plugin. Problem solved.
    I liked your plugin but sometimes life is strange.

    Thanks for your time.

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