Statamic has many configuration options that allow for a lot of flexibility in behavior and functionality. Settings can be set in the Control Panel, your YAML files, and even your
.env file if you would like them to differ depending on your environment.
The settings are grouped into categories to help you find related options quickly. All of Statamic’s settings are available in the Control Panel’s
Configure » Settings area.
On the filesystem side, Statamic stores its settings into groups located in
The files are organized based on their general functions. For example,
assets.yaml configures assets and image manipulation,
caching.yaml for cache settings,
system.yaml for general system settings, and so on.
Each addon can have their own settings file located in
site/settings/addons/addon_name.yaml. Addon settings can be overridden in your environment files. See below for more details.
You can do this by overriding settings based on the environment you are serving the site.
When your site is in maintenance mode, a Be Right Back message will be displayed for all requests. This could be useful to “disable” your site while you perform updates.
To enable it run the
down command, and to disable it run the
php please down # enable maintenance mode. take your site "down" php please up # disable. bring your site back "up"
This feature is the same as Laravel’s. You may customize the view by adding a
503.html error template to your theme.