Avoid unnecessary website headaches by planning ahead. A website maintenance plan is the most reliable method to keep your website up to date and safe. Here are 6 tips to stay ahead of the curve.
Being open source software, TYPO3 relies on helping hands who are doing their bit to maintain the high-quality CMS. Fortunately, there are a lot of them, as last month’s numbers have shown. Are you interested in contributing to the TYPO3 project, too? Learn how you can get active and become a part of the TYPO3 community. Welcome!
One of the reasons why open source software (OSS) is an excellent choice for enterprises is that it supports innovation. There are more good reasons, why you're well-advised to use TYPO3 CMS for building truly powerful websites. Are you curious? Take a look at this list we’ve compiled.
Erasmus+ is a modern funding programme which supports younger people in their activities. Their offerings cover fields such as education, sports and training. With the recent approval of their programme, the platforms of SkillDisplay can be developed further. Besides, the usage of different personas will benefit the TYPO3 community.
Due to the nature of code, software will never be entirely bug-free. However, a systematic review process ensures avoiding vulnerabilities and provides high-quality software. The code in a powerhouse CMS like TYPO3 is complex. If you’re running your site on an older version, keep it safe by opting for Extended Long Term Support (ELTS) and prolonging your website's lifespan.
If you’re responsible for decisions made about your business’s website, you’ll want to be convinced, that your money isn’t spent in a way you would regret. Do you need a second opinion about your TYPO3 website? We offer Project Reviews. Let’s evaluate the state of your TYPO3 website with an objective, expert opinion.
As an open source software community we’re grateful for all of the ongoing contributions to the TYPO3 project through our creative and productive teams. Today, a special thank-you goes to all of our hardworking coders who were busy in November, and we’d like to share some of remarkable numbers with you!