Front Page Scheduler

Description

Front Page Scheduler let you choose some page to be shown as the front page of your site during a specific daily period, in specific week days. Since version 0.1.4, you can even create a set of “rules”, choosing specific front pages for different days and periods.

Update: Benjamin Benkert fixed some bugs related to PHP versions 7 and greaters. Thanks!

Installation

  1. Extract the contents of the archive
  2. Upload the contents of the front-page-scheduler folder to your ‘wp-content/plugins’ folder
  3. Log in to your WordPress admin and got to the ‘Plugins’ section. You should now see Front Page Scheduler in the list of available plugins
  4. Activate the plugin by clicking the ‘activate’ link
  5. Now go to the ‘Settings’ section and select ‘Reading’, where you can configure your alternate front page

Reviews

November 22, 2021
Crashed my site. I use pagebuilder. idk if that's what is wrong. Established site and developer. Didn't troubleshoot after my homepage went white SOD
September 30, 2021
Who knows whether you'll ever need a frontpage scheduler 🙂 We're planning a live event, and I've put together a webpage for it. Every Livestream is pre-scheduled and linked to a certain page. I'd want to see pages as the homepage on a regular basis. I wondered if there was a plugin for that, and I came across this one. Thank you very much for the life-saving plugin and all of your hard work.
November 21, 2018
I use this plugin to show on my tango website a map with the daily dancing locations. It works flawlessly out of the box.
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Contributors & Developers

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