Placing your PluginOps Landing Page as your homepage is easier than regular pages. 

You can set landing pages as home page using the same settings you would use for a regular page.

To set landing page as home page go to Settings > Reading

  1. Select A static page option.
  2. Select your landing page from Homepage dropdown  option.
  3. Save Changes.

Or you can also use this method.

Step -1 

Edit your landing page which you want to set a home page or front page.

Step -2 

Open Right Options panel and enable Set as front page option. 

Step -3

Save the landing page and visit your home to test if its being loaded properly.

(If you are using cache plugin make sure to delete/purge cache after updating your landing page)

  • Raidje

    Hi,

    i would like to use a landing page with a form and would like to do 2 things :
    – redirect to my real homepage after submitting the form
    – add a link (like “continue into the site”) in my landing page to get into my real site (with a real or normal home page)

    i tried bu it didn’t work so for now i don’t use a landing page.

    in fact my real homepage is set with the attribute “homepage” in wordpress page edit mode.
    i tried the use a link like https://www.nadiapellefigue2020.fr/?p=2 (my real homepage) but it doesn’t work… it redirect to the landing page.

    Maybe i didn’t understand something, could you help me please ?

    Sorry for my english i’m french.
    Thank you for your help

    • Umar

      Hi,

      You can only have one homepage at a time. If you theme supports and allows you to move the homepage to some other URL then you can do so and keep landing page as homepage otherwise you will have to choose one.

      You can also try our Optin Builder plugin : https://wordpress.org/plugins/mailchimp-subscribe-sm/
      Using it you can easily add full page overlay popup on existing homepage.

  • Katie

    Impossible to do according to the visuals provided in this post! When clicking the arrow to the bottom right, only a publish dropdown and save button appear. No advanced options are given. I would post a screenshot, but I can’t here.

    Can you please tell me how to make WooCommerce and Plugin Ops play work together 🙁

    Here is the situation:

    I have a brand new site that I basically want to use as a long form sales page for my new book.

    I have installed WooCommerce, which allows me to assign a page as the ‘home’ page with WooCommerce integrations.

    But, the design functionality as is, is terrible. So I downloaded Plugin Ops and chose a book template and have edited it.

    The problem is, when I try to assign that page id under WooCommerce as the ‘home’ page, it still defaults back to the initial page set up. I deleted said page, and now the home page comes up blank.

    I re-published the initial wordpress/woocommerce page and deleted all content except the header and then used Plugin Ops editor to design the same page again. I saved/published it and it still comes up blank.

    It’s as if WooCommerce overrides Plugin Ops and they aren’t compatible.

    Can you offer any advice or insight into this?

    Thank you!

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