Feature: #94868 - Introduce Bootstrap 5 compatible and accessible templates

See Issue #94868

Description

Until now, CSS classes of the frontend templates and partials of the Form Framework were not consistently included in the form configuration. So far some classes were present in the form configuration, others were hardcoded only in the Fluid templates.

This situation has now been fixed for the Bootstrap 5 compatible template variants stored in EXT:form/Resources/Private/Frontend/Version2. All CSS classes are consistently defined in the form configuration.

This simplifies the integration of the frontend. The change makes it easier for integrators to make upgrades of the frontend framework. In most cases, it is now no longer necessary to override a Fluid template for changes to classes. Instead, it is only necessary to add the appropriate CSS classes to the form configuration.

In order not to be breaking, by default the templates are still rendered as they used to be.

To use the new Bootstrap 5 compatible templates the form rendering option templateVariant must be set from version1 to version2 in your form setup:

TYPO3:
  CMS:
    Form:
      prototypes:
        standard:
          formElementsDefinition:
            Form:
              renderingOptions:
                templateVariant: version2

The CSS classes for the Bootstrap 5 compatible templates are defined in the variant with the name template-variant for each form element. This is an example of the text element:

TYPO3:
  CMS:
    Form:
      prototypes:
        standard:
          formElementsDefinition:
            Text:
              variants:
                -
                  identifier: template-variant
                  condition: 'getRootFormProperty("renderingOptions.templateVariant") == "version2"'
                  properties:
                    containerClassAttribute: 'form-element form-element-text mb-3'
                    elementClassAttribute: form-control
                    labelClassAttribute: form-label

To be able to access the configuration of the root element (type “Form”) in conditions, a new function getRootFormProperty() has been introduced, which can be used to access the properties of the “Form” element. In the context of the “template-variant” variants this is used to determine the template variant defined on the “Form” element in order to change the CSS configuration properties or to add new ones.

In the course of Bootstrap 5 compatibility two new breakpoints “xl” and “xxl” were added to the grid configuration which are also available in the form editor.