TYPO3 is an Open Source CMS and that gives us sole freedom to use it our way! When you create or use software that you need to share or utilize it to adjust your needs, you must be aware of what is legal and what isn’t. Indeed, even software that has an open-source permit isn’t free-for-alls.
Website development is definitely not a one-time shot, It should be kept regularly maintained and updated. Once you complete the development of your TYPO3 site, no! Just don’t sit and relax because you should make sure that your website is well maintained too.
Are you a TYPO3 beginner and interested to explore TYPO3 CMS? Congratulations and, Welcome to TYPO3 universe - One of the world’s most powerful OpenSource CMS and Community.
You might have heard about modern development tools like DDEV, Composer, Docker in TYPO3 universe, and would be interested in dig-into-depth for the same? Then, you are at the right place! We would like to guide you from Start to Intermediate level of knowledge to a modern local environment for your TYPO3 projects.
Although TYPO3 being a self secured CMS, let’s try to make your TYPO3 sites more secure. How about increasing security by disabling access TYPO3 code by securing core files and folders? Yeah, that’s one of the main reason to write this blog.