Website maintenance pages can come in very handy, but they’ve fallen somewhat out of popularity due to several reasons. When you enable maintenance pages, it’s basically the same as having website downtime. There are alternatives to maintenance pages enabling you to avoid downtime. Using maintenance pages may scare users away. Maintenance pages can be used instead of displaying a broken website when running into an error that affects a primary site feature. There are plenty of tools you can use to create stylish maintenance pages, and many themes include maintenance templates as standard.
- Fewer people are using maintenance pages as in the past.
- If you are not too excited about using a maintenance page, there are other options for a more modern site.
- By using one of these pages, it can potentially scare users, or site visitors, away.
“There are still some situations where using maintenance pages makes sense.”
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