TypoScript by concept is meant for frontend context only. There is TSconfig for backend as well. Extbase introduced a way to also configure backend modules via TypoScript. Nowadays TypoScript is also used in other context, e.g. scheduler tasks or commands.
I'll explain how the actual TypoScript is loaded, so you understand that part and can use it.
TYPO3 provides a comprehensive caching implementation. Built into all parts of TYPO3. By default TYPO3 tries hard to provide a working caching solution for Websites. This way all generated content is cached whenever possible and delivered right from cache without rendering. This leads to some issues if dynamic content is added. Some bypass this issue by deactivating caching partly or for whole pages.
This post explains how to configure TYPO3 to make caching work without deactivating it. One place where caching does not work out of the box is changing files via Filelist module, changes there will not be reflected in content elements using a file reference. This example is used to explain how caching works in TYPO3 and how to adjust caching.
TYPO3 uses pages to organise the structure of a website. This leads to situations where you have a specific page for a feature, e.g. a page “Search” containing the plugin to display search results. Or a page containing the profile of the currently logged in user. Typically links to these pages are scattered all over the website, e.g. within some content elements, inside the page layout like header and within some plugins.
This Blog post explains how to provide the page uid for a specific page, to all three kinds of “content”, where you typically need this information, with three lines of TypoScript.
As more and more people like to lint their files, it’s obvious that we also should lint our Typoscript files in TYPO3 projects. Therefore Martin Helmich has created a Typoscript parser and Typoscript linter.
In this blog post you will learn how to integrate this linter into vim and neovim by using syntastic as a plugin.
TYPO3 CMS allows you to build a language menu to enable the frontend user to switch the current language. This menu is generated via TypoScript using optionSplit. Just start a query and take a look at the snippets. This way has one big drawback. In a multi domain setup you have to change the config
We have overcame this issue with one language menu working for all setup on all domains without the need to adjust anything. Read here how to achieve this.