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Everest Coming Soon – Ultimate Coming Soon, Maintenance Mode Plugin for WordPress

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You can easily add soon, maintenance mode and under construction page to your website.



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features

  • 15 interactive pre-designed templates
  • Countdown Timer
  • Contact Form Integrated
  • Subscription form integrated with backend list of subscribers and CSV exports
  • Integrated Google Map
  • Social icons with 13 popular social media integrated
  • Site completion rate
  • Customizable background configuration for each template
  • Enable Disable the maintenance function according to different user roles
  • Google Analytics Support
  • Search Engines enable / disable search engines
  • SEO Meta Tags configurations
  • Custom Favicon
  • Custom CSS

components

  • header
  • About us
  • Subscription
  • Social network
  • Contact us
  • Get in touch
  • Google Maps
  • Loader
  • Countdown
  • footer
  • Mobile Responsive

Update Log

1.0.4



Added subscription verification feature
Fixed small error in subscriber list

Version 1.0.2



Fixed Settings Reset problem on plugin disable and re-enable

Version 1.0.1



Fixed layout problems for multiple templates
Done few changes in backend settings

documentation

https://accesspressthemes.com/documentation/everest-coming-soon

Lifetime dedicated support

– You can find us anytime when you have any questions, problems or valuable suggestions for the plugin or us. You can find us in the following ways:

Constant Free Upgrades

– Not set on dates, but we assure you to provide you with new updates and feature upgrades in the plugin on a regular basis.

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Jaeho Park completed a Master in Fine Arts at the Hongik University in 1999, followed by a Master in Photographic Studies at the University of Westminster in 2012. After working for many years as a university professor, designer and curator in South Korea.

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