A free, feature rich, PHP content management framework (CMF) designed to be extended with custom written backend modules and frontend libraries
What was once a system resembling Elefant CMS, Anchor CMS or PyroCMS is now a top-shelf solution in the world of Web development, a powerful system that can adapt to any project, work from any hosting, and scale along with your business.
Designed with standards in mind, supporting all the new technologies, and also catering for mobile devices, TYPO3 has stayed up to date with the world around it.
There's an installation wizard to help webmasters set it up, an administration panel for building and then managing the site, and a simple WYSIWYG editing mechanism for actually writing and editing all the page's content.
While most features you find in CMS platforms are in TYPO3 as well, the real advantages of using it are in its extensions framework, a powerful system that lets developers enhance built-in functionality.
This can be done by writing extensions yourself following the TYPO3 API, or by simply buying them from an extensions marketplace.
All in all, TYPO3 is what all CMS developers aspire their platform to be, a truly versatile product that adapts to any thing you and your users might throw at it.
Built on top of TYPO3 Flow, the fantastic PHP MVC framework, TYPO3 also has a newer branch, with even more modern features, a project called TYPO3 Neos, a total re-imagination of the current CMF.
- Impartial to hosting systems
- Easy page templating
- Multi-site management
- Integrated search
- Powerful extension framework
- Large extension repository
- Community and commercial support
- Graphic installer
- Protected admin panel
- Granular permissions control
- Extensive documentation
- WYSIWYG editing
- Simple site structure
- Intuitive AJAX drag & drop
- Built-in image editing
- Frontend editing
- Automatic caching
- Mobile ready
- Secure system
- 50+ Localizations available
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What's New in version 7.0.0
- The main focus was to clean up the backend - both technically but also visually.