After a long absence, we are excited to share with you the Typo3 Guidebook – the first English-language book about TYPO3 CMS in almost a decade. Thanks to the Typo3 Association for sending us a copy of the paper book last year. The guidebook is intended to spearhead international adoption of the open-source, enterprise content management system that powers web applications for global brands, universities, and governments.
Part 1: Discover the CMS
The first part of the book provides a comprehensive introduction to TYPO3 CMS. It is divided into four chapters that cover everything you need to know to get started with the CMS and master every single detail of its day-to-day maintenance and development.
In Chapter 1, Typo3 Showroom, you will get a glimpse of what you can do with the framework, how it’s being used, its history, governance, community, tools, and technologies.
Chapter 2, Designing and Planning, will help you plan and design your TYPO3 website, especially if you are looking for advanced content management workflow and versioning your content. Localisation, multi-sites, and multi-language support are also covered in this chapter.
Chapter 3, Building and Extending, provides a quick overview of the system layer and how to install and customize your website. Chapter 4, Launching and Maintaining, is dedicated to managing and maintaining Typo3. You will understand and get the best practices to keep your website up and running, secure, and compatible with different requirements like privacy and others.
Part 2: Master Typo3
The second part of the book is where you will find detailed code examples and how-to guides to help you explore more advanced features of TYPO3. The guides start with an installation guide, creating your first Typo3 site, and then extending Typo3. You will then learn how to plan, build and use content elements, create your first standalone extension, and create a password-protected member’s area.
In the final guides, you will discover more advanced features such as configuring CMS workflow and permissions, creating a business around Typo3, and debugging and troubleshooting the platform.
The Typo3 Guidebook is a must-have for developers and managers in the web industry who want to learn and use TYPO3 CMS. Written by Felicity Brand, Heather McNamee, and Jeffrey A. McGuire, and fully endorsed by the TYPO3 Association, this book provides a practical step-by-step guide to understanding the basic features and functionalities of TYPO3 and mastering its more advanced features.
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