The Elementor page builder for WordPress allows you to build websites quickly and easily with drag-and-drop tools. In this video, you’ll learn how to use the free version of Elementor to make a “coming soon” page for your website.
How to Build a Coming Soon Page with Elementor
Our Elementor Page
During this tutorial we’ll be building the following coming soon page.
What You’ll Need
All you need to build this page is a WordPress installation with Elementor installed, a basic understanding of how WordPress works, and a spare half an hour. You may also find the resources listed below helpful.
- WordPressHow to Install WordPressRachel McCollin
- ElementorHow to Create an Elementor Landing Page for WordPressAdi Purdila
- ElementorHow to Create an Elementor Contact Form for WordPressAdi Purdila
What We’ll Cover in this Tutorial
The following timestamps mark useful sections of the tutorial which you may want to revisit later on.
- Adding a new Elementor page to WordPress
- Creating a new page section
- Adding a form to our Elementor layout
- How to add a social widget with Elementor
- Adding a background image to our coming soon page
- Checking the responsive behavior
Premium WordPress Themes and Plugins
Once you have your site set up, you’ll want to explore the thousands of WordPress themes on ThemeForest and WordPress plugins on CodeCanyon. Purchase these high-quality WordPress themes and plugins and improve your website experience for you and your visitors.
You’ve Built a Coming Soon Page for WordPress!
If you followed along you should now be looking at your own Elementor coming soon page for WordPress. I hope you’ve seen how easy it is to work with Elementor (even the free version is a great visual builder) and feel confident enough to have a go on more designs yourself.
Stay tuned for more practical tutorials coming soon, and don’t forget to check out more Elementor resources on Tuts+!
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