Disable WordPress Maintenance Mode

Everyone knows maintenance is important. So keeping WordPress up to date should be a priority. And while you're updating the files to the latest version, WordPress automatically creates a file in the root folder. While this file is present, WordPress shows a simple message to everyone who opens a site to let them know about ongoing maintenance.

Sometimes, even after the update has been long finished, the file remains. So, instead of manually searching for the file to remove it, you can quickly delete it via the Emergency Recovery Script.

How to disable WordPress Maintenance Mode?

  1. Navigate to Support -> Emergency Recovery Script,
  2. Open the Emergency Recovery Script, and use the password provided by the plugin to access it,
  3. Find the "Disable WordPress Maintenance Mode" card,
  4. Click the button to delete the .maintenance file.

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