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About this document¶
This is a short tutorial for editors. It explains how to create pages and content elements. It also details the various types of pages and content elements.
This tutorial starts with the tasks which an editor most frequently needs: editing existing content and creating new one. We will then move on to editing and creating pages. Then comes a short introduction to working with translations. Finally the tutorial presents the various access restriction concepts: visibility, publication time and password-protected pages.
The tutorial provides the most basic instructions step-by-step. It does not cover all available functions, but the most common ones.
It is assumed that you have been through the Getting Started Tutorial and are thus familiar with the general concepts of TYPO3 CMS, in particular the separation of frontend and backend.
This manual is illustrated with screenshots from the Introduction Package using TYPO3 CMS 8 LTS.
This extension is based on a tutorial extension originally written by Marlies Cohen and a summary / excerpt in the wiki by Eikaa. Susanne Moog did some major updates. Thanks to them all!
It was updated for TYPO3 CMS 7 LTS by François Suter.
For general questions about the documentation get in touch by writing to email@example.com .
If you find a bug in this manual, please be so kind as to check the online version on https://docs.typo3.org/typo3cms/EditorsTutorial/. From there you can hit the "Edit me on GitHub" button in the top right corner and submit a pull request via GitHub. Alternatively you can just file an issue using the bug tracker: https://github.com/TYPO3-Documentation/TYPO3CMS-Tutorial-Editors/issues.
To support the translation to other languages see Internationalization and Localization.
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