Every website needs design, code and content. There are various ways of handling this, using content management systems (a.k.a CMS) is one of them. The kicker of a CMS? Code and content are kept in different places.
If you opt for TYPO3 GmbH's Extended Long Term Support (ELTS), you gain peace of mind. Our newly released version 6.2.32 lets you stay on top in terms of maintenance and security updates.
Your website is valuable. It’s where people learn about you and make orders, and find their way to your locations. Staying on top of maintenance and updates for your CMS needs to be a top priority at all times. But there are also ways of increasing the lifespan of your website if it’s still delivering everything you need.
There are still lots of people who mistakenly believe that open-source software is just about saving money. It’s not. The move to open-source technology is a much more fundamental shift.
Today I would like to use the opportunity to demonstrate the setup of a new TYPO3 installation using composer with only a couple of commands in less than 5 minutes.
We are proud to announce the release of the new Long Term Support version v8 LTS. More than 250 contributors made this giant leap forward possible for TYPO3 within the last 18 months.
No matter if you’re a start-up, a sole proprietor or a large global company, TYPO3 offers everything a modern website needs in the public domain. It’s a CMS that can adapt to all changes and needs for company growth.
Enriching your website with semantic markup enables you to describe the meaning of a web page for search engines.
In a developer friendly CMS it takes less effort to implement changes. Less effort commonly means it’s cheaper. So let’s see what makes a CMS developer friendly.
Today there's a myriad of options available when you’re looking for the right CMS to build your website. In this post we want to share some advice on what you should consider when choosing a CMS.
Websites today thrive on content; preferably high-quality content. To generate content you have editors working in your CMS day-in, day-out.