Navigating and customizing Project Settings in Orbitype is essential for tailoring the platform to your project's unique requirements.

Project Settings Overview

In Orbitype, Project Settings is a centralized hub where you can configure and manage various aspects of your project. This includes settings related to project information, API access, integrations with third-party services, user roles and permissions, and more.

To access the Project Settings Section, begin by logging into Orbitype's user administration area. This typically requires using the administrative dashboard. With admin privileges, you can then adjust project settings as necessary.

Accessing Project Details

This customization encompasses everything from setting up your project's branding and defining team roles to integrating with databases and managing API security. It ensures your content is managed effectively, your data is secure, and your project integrates smoothly with other services. Here's a brief overview of the main areas within Project Settings:

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Company Name

Here, you input the name of your company or organization as you want it to appear throughout the project. This is essential for branding and identification within the Orbitype ecosystem.

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This area allows you to add, manage, and define roles for team members involved in the project.

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How to add a member:

  1. 1. Navigate to the Members section within General Settings.

    1. 2. Click on an "Add Members" button or link, which typically prompts you to enter the name of the individuals you wish to invite.

  2. 3. Assign roles to each new member, dictating their level of access and permissions within the project.


In Orbitype, connectors are vital for integrating your project with various databases or storage solutions.

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How to add a connector:

Prompt Name: This function allows you to add a new connector by providing a descriptive name for it. This name should ideally reflect the purpose or the service it's connected to, enhancing clarity and manageability.


The Database section is where you configure connections to SQL/Postgres databases, essential for storing and managing your project's data.

  • Inside the Data: Common fields you'll encounter include:

    • ID: A unique identifier for the database connection.

    • Name: The name of the database connection.

    • Implementation: The type of database (e.g., PostgreSQL, MySQL).

    • Client: The database client or driver used for the connection.

    • Host: The hostname or IP address of the database server.

    • Port: The port number on which the database server is running.

    • User: The username used for database access.

    • Database: The specific database name to connect to.

    • Password: The password for the database user

Setting up a database involves providing information for these fields, ensuring that Orbitype can establish a secure and efficient connection to your database.

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This area is designed for configuring how your project handles media files, integrating with services like Amazon S3 for media storage.

  • Inside the Media:

    • ID: Unique identifier for the media storage configuration.

    • Name: Descriptive name of the media storage setup.

    • Implementation: Indicates the storage service or method used (e.g., Amazon S3).

    • Bucket: The name of the storage bucket.

    • Region: The region where your storage is located.

    • Endpoint: The endpoint URL for the storage service.

    • Access Key & Secret Key: Credentials for accessing the storage service, necessary for authentication and authorization.

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API Keys

API Keys are critical for securing access to your project's API, allowing only authorized requests.

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Generating and Managing API Keys:

1. Within the API Keys section, look for an option to "Generate API Key" or "Add API Key."

2. Clicking this will typically prompt you to name the API key and possibly define scopes or permissions.

3. Once generated, the key will be displayed. It's important to copy and store this key securely, as it won't be shown again.

4. Manage existing keys by reviewing their usage, regenerating, or revoking them as needed to maintain security and control over your API's access.

Each of these areas within Orbitype's Project Settings plays a vital role in the setup, management, and security of your project, ensuring that you have comprehensive control over your digital ecosystem.

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Overview Pages

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Single Pages

In Orbitype, Single View Pages are a crucial concept, especially designed for displaying individual content items in detail. These pages are dedicated to showcasing a specific piece of content, such as an article, image, video, or any custom content type, in isolation from other content on the site. This approach is particularly beneficial for highlighting the intricacies and details of a single content item, providing a focused and enhanced user experience.

The implementation of Single View Pages allows content creators and developers to tailor the presentation and functionality of these pages to the specific needs of the content they're displaying. This could include custom layouts, interactive elements, or additional metadata, enhancing the engagement and accessibility of the content.

Image View

Explore images of your S3 Storage in detail with Orbitype's Image View. Click any image file in the cloud storage to enjoy a full-screen display, offering clarity beyond thumbnails or lists. Perfect for a closer look!


Video View

Streamline your video content management in Orbitype with the Video View feature. Access, review, and manage videos directly within the CMS's cloud storage, eliminating the need for external players or downloads. Simplify your content workflow effortlessly.