TYPO3 – is the most high end open source sites management system with more than 10 thousand implementations!

The main advantages of the system are – flexibility, safety, and user-friendliness. TYPO3 is among the top 10 most secure systems in the world.

Typo3 is one of the leading open source content management systems that is available free under the GNU General Public License. It is written using PHP and uses MySQL as the database. It also provides support for other databases and is compatible with all major operating systems and browsers.

Typo3 is used to develop web applications that are ideally suited to meet the requirements of enterprise websites as well as intranet applications. It has a modular architecture and a wide variety of extensions are available (through the Typo3 repository) that can be easily installed and used with a typo3 application to extend its functionality.

Why TYPO3?

  • TYPO3 is used in great variety of corporate sites in all spheres of business. The system is highly user friendly for site’s editor. Any average computer user can quickly learn and effectively use TYPO3.

  • Security of investments. Using TYPO3 for your corporate site you are not binding yourself to a specific programmer, web studio, or software development company.

  • TYPO3 is an open source globally used system. More than 10 000 operating sites and over 1500 web companies work with TYPO3, which assumes further development of the system. Copyright and legal issues are handled by TYPO3 Association.

  • TYPO3 is provided with complete source code and comprehensive documentation. The system source code can be modified if needed.

  • There is no license fee - TYPO3 is free software and is distributed under GPL (General Public License). Thus you pay only for the site development services, and, if needed, for support.

  • TYPO3 does not have high requirements to server equipment and software. PHP and MySQL are used. Versions 4.0 and higher include Oracle and PostgreSQL support. TYPO3 can work on a virtual Linux (Unix) hosting of standard configuration as well as on Windows hosting.

TYPO3 Feature Set

  • Possibility to manage several sites from one interface (using common content)

  • Multilinguality. Possibility to choose a template with multiple languages (either full duplication of the site’s structure and content in all languages or having separate parts of the site in different languages).

  • Flexible design. The system can be integrated with strict corporate design or creative design of promo-sites. Moreover, different design patterns can be applied to different blocks of content (parts of page).

  • Login protected sections. Possibility to create sections of site with restricted access and clients/partners registration system; these sections will be visible only for the specified groups of users (extranet).

  • Multiuser editing. Possibility to have an indefinite number of the site’s editors with flexible distribution of permissions to edit separate pages, sections, language versions or modules.

  • Visual editing of content. This feature is essential in any modern CMS. TYPO3 offers several visual editors (RTE, HTMLArea, TinyMCE) supported by all modern browsers and are convenient for working with text, tables and images (scaling, brightness regulations, applying borders, opening images in a separate window upon clicking on thumbnail, etc).

  • Scaling. TYPO3 can be equally effectively used to manage sites consisting of several pages with 70 visitors a day as well as site with 15000 registered users or peak traffic off 20000 users per hour. Such scalability is provided by powerful data caching mechanisms.

Whether you are looking to manage content in a large corporation, university, non-profit organization or a small business, we can provide you with an enterprise-level solution that meets your needs.

You no longer need to settle for an expensive proprietary CMS with very little features. Instead, we can offer you the best feature of all - freedom.

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