Typo3 for content management

Learning about content management with Typo3. One of the social benefits of open source packages is that anyone can download them and start learning — not just about that platform — but about content management systems in general. In our experience, this is particularly valuable for developers. For example, you can easily download Typo3, a popular PHP-based system, and run it on your laptop or local network (the installer will unpack Apache and MySQL if you don’t already have). By playing around with the tool, you can learn a lot of CMS concepts, such as templating, user management, applying pre-set functions and components, embedding custom code snippets, and so on…. [CMSWatch Trends and Features]

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