Project Settings

Once logged into your Amplify Cloud website, click Project Settings.

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Here you'll find menus for:


  1. Favicon: 
  2. Webclip:
  3. Enable Project Cloning 
  4. 'Made With' Badge


The default SEO results for your site.

  1. Search Results Preview
  2. Site Title (your organization's name)
  3. Site Description (We recommend including your organization's name, city, state, and keywords that describe your focus.) 

    Example: Welcome to [Your organization name] in [City], [State]. Join us for vibrant worship services, engaging ministries, and a welcoming community. Discover our diverse programs for all ages, including youth groups, Bible studies, and outreach initiatives. Experience the difference at [Your organization name] – where faith, fellowship, and service come together. Visit us this Sunday!

    Note: These values will be overwritten (on the front end) if you set a custom SEO Title and SEO Description at the page level.

    To update at the page level:
    1. go to Pages > click the title of the page you want to edit
    2. Click the SEO Tab
    3. Update the page's Title and Description. 

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  4. Search Engine Visibility 

    Note: You'll need this enabled once your site is live so that it will show up in search results. Learn how to launch your site here: Taking Your Website Live


When sharing your pages on social networks, we'll use this content to display in links.

  1. Social Sharing Title
  2. Social Sharing Description
  3. Social Sharing Preview
  4. Image Thumbnail: Upload an image to represent the site content when sharing on social networks.

System Pages

From here you can access and edit system pages like "404 Not Found" or "Maintenance" pages. Learn more about System Page in Brizy Cloud


You can add languages here that your site will be translated to. Change settings by pressing Manage.


  1. Custom CSS
  2. Code injection > Header
  3. Code injection > Footer


Webhooks allow you to send real-time data from one application to another whenever a given event occurs.


Put every redirect on a new line like this: /old-slug [space] /new-slug (yourdomain/old-slug will be redirected to yourdomain/new-slug)


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