How do you check your website’s TYPO3 security?
In the name of usability, it’s extremely important to keep website users informed of where they are. Frequently, breadcrumb navigation provides this “where am I” functionality. Alternately, you may use section headers above a sub-pages menu to do the same. In the TypoScript that follows, lib.nav.sub.header creates a section header and lib.nav.sub combines it with […]
I’m getting ready to present at the 2011 TYPO3 conference in Frankfurt Hanau, to keep things going smooth, here’s a November 23, 2009 guest post from Virgil. Sometimes coming up with a blog post topic is hard, so this week, some odds and ends that are of interest and some things that keep rolling around in my […]
As I’m back into active development with TYPO3, I’m learning all kinds of tips and tricks that I’ve missed. Backend layouts are a good example of a TYPO3 benefit that I should have known about. When you get into using source code management, TemplaVoila doesn’t stay practical. As such, I’ll be transitioning into using FLUIDTEMPLATE‘s for […]
I’m not sure how or why Janrain seems sneaking in under the radar for easily connecting WordPress website registration and login with social networks, but it is. Janrain Engage supports 20+ social platforms for registration and login, including Facebook, Google, Twitter, Yahoo!, LinkedIn, PayPal, MySpace, Windows Live and AOL. The solution includes a simple and intuitive […]