TYPO3 Tutorial for Editors¶
Once you have installed TYPO3 using our Getting Started Guide; the next logical step is to log in to the backend of the CMS and start adding pages and create some content.
In the TYPO3 world we often call users who carry out these tasks "Editors".
This guide contains detailed information about all of the common tasks an Editor is likely to perform including granting other users access to the backend, creating pages, adding content to pages in the form of content elements and uploading and managing various file types including images and PDFs.
This guide assumes that you are already familiar with TYPO3. If this is not the case, visit the concepts of TYPO3 to get started.
All of the examples used in this guide are taken from a TYPO3 installation running the Official Introduction Package.
Table of Contents:
- Help within TYPO3 CMS
- Content Elements
- Deep Linking
- Access Control
- Working with languages
- About this guide
- Next steps
This document is published under the Open Publication License.