Under Construction

The main purpose of the 'Under Construction' plugin is to generate the first page and tell visitors that your site is in the process of development. The plugin may come handy if you do not want to show your site until it is fully completed.

The plugin has a lot of useful settings that you can take advantage of:

1. You can set a launch date for your site to go live; it enables a remaining time counter on the 'Under Construction' page counting seconds; the plugin will be disabled automatically and your users will access the site as soon as an appointed date is reached.

2. The plugin gives you the ability to list IPs that will have full access to your site.

3. Using the plugin you also will be able manage meta data settings.

A new version of the plugin will include a subscribe form allowing your users to sign up for email notifications. To use this feature you will have to activate Massmailer/Newsllater plugin as mass mailing is fully based on this plugin.

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3.1.1
Nov 07, 2017
  • The problem on "Add a Listing" page fixed
3.1.0
Oct 26, 2017
  • Interaction of the Plugin with the Massmailer improved
  • Plugin page reworked to meet HTML 5 and CSS3 standards
  • Logo of the current template is added
  • Plugin page is now responsive and retina ready
3.0.3
Oct 07, 2013
  • December issue fixed
3.0.2
Apr 19, 2012
  • Static resources including in multilingual mode fixed
3.0.1
Mar 08, 2012
  • Custom page content displaying fixed
3.0.0
Jan 20, 2012
  • Now the Plugin is available for Flynax v.4.0
2.0.0
Jul 05, 2011
  • Under Construction page re-designed
  • Time remaining counter added
  • Works with Massmailer/Newsletter plugin now
1.0.0
Sep 28, 2010
  • Initial release
  • setup info

    Hi: How can I setup for X days,example 12 days,X hrs,X seconds
    thanks

    Michael Barrueta, Jul 26, 2011
  • RE: Setup Info

    You should go to Admin Panel >> Configuration >> Under Construction, there you can see "Date" field.
    Change the value using the following date template: 2011-08-31 17:40:55

    John, Jul 30, 2011