Landing page is a regular WordPress page that can be set to serve as a starting point of your site. It is particularly useful for closed or private communities because you can set it in that way, to redirect all users that are not logged in to that landing page.
Create a new page, like any other standard page in WordPress. Go to WP Admin -> Pages and click Add new button
Here, you will;
Now that we have the basic landing page set, we can visit it on the frontend.
If you don’t wish to show header on the landing page, you can go back to Page settings in WP Admin and find dedicated Gecko layout settings in the right-hand sidebar. There are plenty of options to chose from, including hiding the menu or complete header.
You can also chose the title for the button and the link if it happens that logged in user come back to this page.
For the private social networks, or sites with “delicate” content, it is a common practice to redirect all Guests (users that are not logged in yet) to the landing page so they can’t see the site content before creating account and logging in.
To do this, navigate to WP Admin -> Gecko -> Settings
In this configuration, select your landing page as shown in the image bellow
Registration and password reset pages are automatically added to the list of exceptions. If user wants to register or reset password, they will be able to do so.