Wednesday, 10 December 2014

What is TYPO3 Template?

The so-called template (typo3 templates) is the heart of a CMS website. We can create TYPO3 templates from

• New Design to TYPO3 templates
• PSD, AI or any other source design file to typo3 templates
• HTML templates to TYPO3 templates

There are many methods to implement template.
1. Standard Typo3 Templates
2. Auto Parser Typo3 templates
3. TemplaVoila Typo3 templates

1. Traditional Templating
Defining the areas in your template whose contents or functionalities are to be dynamically replaced by your content inputted into Typo3 back end. To let TYPO3 know what parts of your template to replace you have to include special placeholders in the HTML template.

2. Template Auto Parser/Modern Template Building
The modern approach to template building is to keep the site design separate from the site engineering. TYPO3 provides four page divisions which (if turned on) are traditionally configured separately and processed in order to generate a main, left, right and border "columns" for the page template.

The template auto parser removes the spatial relationships between these elements, and attaches them instead to ids in the HTML template. In this way, at least four variable content areas can be defined in any HTML page, without disrupting the HTML layout.

3. Templavoila typo3 template

TemplaVoila is an extremely powerful templating engine for typo3.

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