Glossary of Terms

Explore our glossary of terms to delve deeper into understanding your website —it's your gateway to unlocking a wealth of knowledge about your Amplify site!

  • Sections that extend the full width of the page and can be identified by a blue line border between blocks and the Settings menu icon on your Amplify Cloud Website.

  • Categories are important because they help link your content together in relevant ways.

    Amplify Website Ministry Content Modules use Categories to create filterable separation for Sermons, Articles, Events, and Small Groups.

    Parent Categories allows you to nest your categories to create sub-categories.

  • Found on both Amplify Cloud and WordPress Website themes. When editing a page, columns are within each Section or Block and can hold Widgets or Elements.

  • Lets you automatically insert content from another source. Ex: To illustrate how this concept works, let's look at a specific example – your sermons. You can set your Sermons in the Sermon Module of your Amplify Website and that content will appear in the Sermon widgets of your WordPress site, or elements of your Cloud site.

  • Display Conditions let you choose who sees certain things on a website. For example, if you have a blog, you can make it so that different posts show up depending on the category of the post.

  • Placed within each Column. These are building blocks for your Amplify Cloud Website. They add functionality to your page, allowing you to do everything from writing text to adding dynamic data.

  • Saved Pages or Blocks of your Amplify Cloud Website. Layouts can be duplicated onto a page to then update content for a unique page with consistent styling.

  • Ministry-Focused Content Modules are found in your Amplify Website account. Sermons, Articles, and Events are examples of Modules in your Amplify Website.

    Ministry-Focused Content Widgets or Elements are found in your Amplify Website account. Sermons, Articles, and Events are examples of Modules in your Amplify Website.

  • Common website components that are used like building blocks on your Website. Each module is a collection of like content. An example of a module in your Amplify Cloud or WordPress Website is the Pages module.

  • Amplify Websites have two Platforms to build sites on, Cloud and WordPress. These two platforms are where your website is built, where your theme templates are stored and where your pages are created.

  • Blocks of content on an Amplify WordPress Website that extend the full width of the page and can be identified by their outer border.

  • Pre-designed Pages or Sections saved in the Template Library of your Amplify WordPress Website. Templates can be duplicated onto a page to then update content for a unique page with consistent styling.

  • A website theme is a foundation for a site's complete design. A website theme controls your site's design, establishing the overall appearance and functionality. Each Amplify Website theme comes with pre-designed templates that can be reused for a consistent site design.

  • Placed within each Column. These are building blocks for your Amplify WordPress Website. They add functionality to your page, allowing you to do everything from writing text to adding dynamic data.

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