These days the look and feel of the site are as essential as development. So it is essential to give a user-friendly, robust and hearty front end. In the market, there are different extensions and frameworks available which are exceptionally helpful in our development.
Frontend Editing, a popular feature of TYPO3, translates to less backend work for editors, extension developers or website developers. With this feature in place, you can streamline the TYPO3 Backend UI, use fluid-styled content (via templates), handle translations and implement the functionality of rich text editors for your TYPO3 sites.
Collaborative editing: The most wanted TYPO3 editing feature, this attribute of Frontend editors makes real time edits with an advanced TYPO3 Content Management System a possibility!
Rich UI features: Along with getting an independent view of your TYPO3 data models, you can attain better track changing and data annotation capabilities via latest, smartly-designed UI features
Stronger undo/redo systems: Frontend editors (e.g. CKEditor) help you gain firmer grounds with respect to defined data actions. So, quit sighing if you are prone to making mistakes, you can undo wrong edits and move on speedily with a smartly designed TYPO3 CKEditor.
Powerful API: Wouldn’t you love to gain access to a powerful API that decouples data and introduces advanced features into your frontend editing system? CKEditor provides rich UI widgets for the effective handling of your data, however big or small.
Content filtering, widgets, accessibility checker and a full range of innovative web editing features; here’s what you get when you unleash the power of CKEditor5 and TYPO3 development:
- Seamless, highly customizable and lightweight editing experiences,
- Intuitive insertion of images,
- Simple linking without having to deal with complex dialogues,
- Smart autoformatting features,
- Easy-to-use ‘boxed’ editor and ‘always visible’ toolbar,
- No misleading tools and thus better content.
No small wonder that CKEditor is creating paradigm shifts in the environment of digital strategy and design!
The inline mode, an important feature of advanced frontend editing TYPO3, serves to be your friendly WYSIWYG editor. This feature is useful for enhancing the capabilities of the Frontend Editing extension brought to you by Pixelant.
How to Install & Configure Frontend Editing?
Go to Extension Manager & Enable the TYPO3 extension call “frontend_editing”
Step 1: At backend, Go Template Module > Click on your root page > Includes > Add TYPO3 Frontend Editing (frontend_editing), Check this screenshot.
Step-2: At Typoscript, You should add configuration with config.frontend_editing = 1
Step-3: To enable or disable Frontend Editing for particular user, You can use following settings User Setting > Edit and Advanced functions tab. Check below screenshot.
Step-4: Finally, At frontend you will able to see TYPO3 Frontend Editing screen as like below screenshot.
With TYPO3 CMS frontend editing, you can go about your regular TYPO3 edits without seeing the backend at all. Get ready to work with your content in the most intuitive of ways; contact a TYPO3 agency of your choice right away!
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