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Typo3 Besonderheiten

Typo3 ist ein besonders in Deutschland beliebtes und recht häufig anzutreffendes Content Management System. Es ist sehr flexibel und lässt sich per PHP und TypoScript selbst für die ungewöhnlichsten Use Cases anpassen, erweitern oder customizen – allerdings ist es deutlich komplexer in der Bedienung und Handhabung.


Typo3 läuft auf den gängigsten HTTP Servern wie Apache oder IIS. Typo3 benötigt PHP und als Datenbank eine von Typo3 DBAL unterstützte relationale Datenbank wie MySql, Oracle oder PostgreSQL


  • TypoScript: TypoScript ist eine rein deklarative Konfigurationssprache, mit der sich z.B. die Ausgabe der Website über Templates steuern und anpassen lässt. Mit TypoScript kann man Navigationen erstellen, Platzhalter in HTML Templates ersetzen, JavaScript, CSS und andere HTML Head erstellen und sogar komplette Templates schreiben.
  • Extensions: Durch die große Community gibt es eine Vielzahl von Extensions
  • Page Tree: Die gesamte Website wird im administrativen Backend Bereich als Seitenbaum dargestellt, ahnlich dem Windows Explorer. Sehr übersichtlich – gerade bei umfangreicheren Websites

Eine komplette Feature Liste zu Typo3 finden Sie hier.

Typo3 News

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    • A New Way to Manage Your Public Extensions in the TYPO3 Extension Repository 2. Dezember 2020
      The TYPO3 Extension Repository (TER) contains a list of all publicly available TYPO3 extensions, registered or uploaded by TYPO3 users. TYPO3 Extensions have been around since TYPO3 v3.5 and are the backbone of TYPO3 flexibility.
    • Manage Your TYPO3 Association Membership in My TYPO3 27. November 2020
      My TYPO3, the central gateway for communication, education, products, services, and interaction within the TYPO3 Community, has a new feature. You can now subscribe easily to a TYPO3 Association Membership, cancel it, and even transfer it from a personal profile to an organization profile.
    • Structured Content Initiative—What Happened Between July and November? 26. November 2020
      A lot of things have happened since our last update in July 2020. We’ve made progress on UX concepts, on content blocks creation, and on rendering strategies. Here is some important information about our latest achievements.
    • Extension Repository Shows Localization Status 25. November 2020
      The TYPO3 Extension Repository now includes the status of translations for extensions drawn from Crowdin. This is an exciting development because TYPO3 is an international community. Previously, it was difficult to find out the status of translation for particular extensions, and now it is publicly available for all users to see.
    • A First Glimpse of TYPO3 v11 20. November 2020
      TYPO3 v11 System Requirements and Release Dates.
    • An Open Discussion on the TYPO3 Association Budget Ideas for 2021 17. November 2020
      As you may already know, the Board launched a process to generate ideas for the 2021 Budget. We have received so many great ideas that we’d like you to help us select from them.
    • TYPO3 10.4.10 and 9.5.23 security releases published 17. November 2020
      The versions 10.4.10 and 9.5.23 of the TYPO3 Enterprise Content Management System have just been released.
    • Successful TYPO3 Accessibility Sprint 16. November 2020
      The first remote accessibility sprint took place from 21st to 23rd of October 2020 and it was successful indeed. During these three productive days we focused on knowledge sharing, addressing open issues, and creating a practical checklist for developers. An accessible TYPO3 improves the experience of every user of TYPO3
    • Community Ombudsperson—What Are Your Thoughts? 12. November 2020
      Just before the Developer Days 2019, a small group was formed to look into setting up a formal body to ensure the wellbeing of everyone in the community—so-called ombudspersons. Now, we’re asking for your input.
    • Bringing Rector to TYPO3 for Automated Upgrades 7. November 2020
      Keeping up with changes is challenging at the best of times. There are some good tools to help keep track of changes, but they still require tedious manual labor. What if you had a tool that would not only keep you but also your codebase up to date? That’s where Rector comes in! There are […]