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WEBSITES BUILTS WITH WORDPRESS
All websites on the internet are built on WordPress, according to data from W3Techs. WordPress powers over 43.1% of all websites and accounts for 63.1% of the global CMS market share
Around 810 million websites use WordPress as of 2023. This represents around 43% of all websites.
And that figure is growing rapidly. In fact, over 500 sites are built with WordPress every day, compared to just 60-80 on competitor platforms like Shopify and Squarespace.
This makes WordPress the world’s most widely used CMS platform and the fastest growing.
WHAT IS MANTENANCE PAGE ...?
A maintenance page, also known as a maintenance mode or under construction page, is a temporary webpage that is displayed to visitors when a website is undergoing scheduled maintenance or updates.
It serves as a placeholder or barrier between the visitors and the regular website content, informing them that the site is temporarily unavailable or experiencing technical difficulties.
The purpose of a maintenance page is to communicate with visitors and provide them with relevant information about the maintenance process.
It helps manage expectations by informing users about the duration of the maintenance, updates on progress, and alternative means of accessing necessary information or contacting the website owner.
A maintenance page serves several important functions:
In your WordPress dashboard, go to “Plugins” and click on “Add New.”
Search for a maintenance mode plugin like “Under Construction Page,” “Coming Soon Page & Maintenance Mode by SeedProd,” or “Maintenance.”
Install and activate the plugin of your choice.
Wait, isn’t that an error page?
Not exactly. Error pages surface when a visitor is able to locate the server, but not the specific destination. Broken links or crashed servers can cause an error page. Maintenance pages are intentional. The infrastructure team knows the site needs to go offline, so they put up a temporary maintenance page in its place. But like we mentioned earlier, sometimes outages start with routine maintenance. It’s good to be prepared for both..