Different User Interface page types

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Publishing

When you first create a landing, coming soon, maintenance, or 404 pages it will be created as a draft. Which means the public can not see it. When you are ready to go live you’ll need to publish it.

After saving your work, you can proceed to publish your Landing Page page.

  1. Click the dropdown arrow next to the save button and hit publish.
  2. For coming soon, maintenance, or 404 pages you can just click the  Activate button and this will auto-publish the page.

Landing Pages


Create custom landing pages (Sales, Optin, Webinar, Thank You, Giveaway Pages) using the powerful SeedProd page builder.

  1. To create a landing page, click the Add New Landing Page button.
  2. Choose a template.
  3. Enter Page Details and click Save and Start Editing the Page.
  4. That’s it. You can now start creating your landing page. Make sure to save your work and publish it.

Coming Soon Page


Create Beautiful Coming Soon Pages. The Coming Soon Page will be available to search engines if your site is not private in WordPress. The Coming Soon Page allows you to work on your website in private while visitors see the Coming Soon Page.

  1. To create a Coming Soon page, click the Set up a Coming Soon Page button.
  2. Choose a template (We have templates made just for Coming Soon Pages but you can use any template)
  3. Start designing your Coming Soon page and make sure to save and publish it.
  4. Lastly, activate your Coming Soon page.

Maintenance Mode Page


Create Beautiful Maintenance Mode Pages. The Maintenance Mode Page will notify search engines that the site is unavailable. It will return a 503 header status as recommended by Google and will tell search engines to return in a day.

  1. To create a Coming Soon page, click the Set up a Maintenance Mode Page button.
  2. Choose a template.
  3. Start designing your Maintenance Mode page and make sure to save and publish it.
  4. Lastly, activate your Maintenance Mode page.

404 Page


Create custom 404 pages. Replace your default theme’s 404 page with a custom high converting 404 page and turn you lost traffic into leads.

  1. To create a custom 404 page, click the Set up a 404 Page button.
  2. Choose a template.
  3. Start designing your 404 page and make sure to save and publish it.
  4. Lastly, activate your 404 page.
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