TYPO3 is a free Open Source small to midsize enterprise-class content management system. It offers full flexibility and extendability while featuring an accomplished set of ready-made interfaces, functions and modules.
It is a user-friendly, intuitive tool, allowing content editors to produce and maintain web pages, using sophisticated functions in just a few clicks of the mouse.
TYPO3 offers full flexibility and extendability while featuring an accomplished set of ready-made interfaces, functions and modules. There are more than 3300 extensions available for download from the TYPO3 Extension Repository. TYPO3 offers a huge toolbox for developing and managing your dynamic web site, with many built-in features and the possibility for an update from the Internet.
TYPO3 has an open API that allows you to extend the frontend (web site) and/or backend (administration) functionalities.
This concept of extension makes TYPO3 capable of being developed in almost any way you can imagine, either by using any of the many extensions already available, or writing your own.
For Content Editors
- Rich Text Editor.
- Intuitive user interface.
- Spell checker.
- Configurable UI levels.
- Undo / History.
- Frontend or Backend Editing.
- Preview Content.
- Multiple Page Editing.
- Minimal training required.
- Internal Shortcuts.
- “Live” Search & Replace.
- Task Center.
- Internal search engine.
For Site administrators
- Compare Backend Users.
- Flexform configuration.
- Multiple sites.
- Multiple domains.
- Manage backend users/groups.
- Switch user.
- Upgrade / Install Extensions.
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