stdWrap

This function is often added as a property to values in TypoScript.

Example with the property "value" of the content object "TEXT":

10 = TEXT
10.value = some text
10.stdWrap.case = upper

Here the content of the object "10" is uppercased before it is returned.

stdWrap properties are executed in the order they appear in the table below. If you want to study this further please refer to typo3/sysext/frontend/Classes/ContentObject/ContentObjectRenderer.php, where you will find the function stdWrap() and the array $stdWrapOrder, which represents the exact order of execution.

Note that the stdWrap property "orderedStdWrap" allows you to execute multiple stdWrap functions in a freely selectable order.

Content-supplying properties of stdWrap

The properties in this table are parsed in the listed order. The properties "data", "field", "current", "cObject" (in that order!) are special as they are used to import content from variables or arrays. The above example could be rewritten to this:

10 = TEXT
10.value = some text
10.stdWrap.case = upper
10.stdWrap.field = header

Now the line "10.value = some text" is obsolete, because the whole value is "imported" from the field called "header" from the $cObj ->data-array.

Getting data

setContentToCurrent

Property

setContentToCurrent

Data type

boolean /stdWrap

Description

Sets the current value to the incoming content of the function.

addPageCacheTags

Property

addPageCacheTags

Data type

string /stdWrap

Description

Comma-separated list of cache tags, which should be added to the page cache.

Example:

addPageCacheTags = pagetag1,pagetag2,pagetag3

This will add the tags "pagetag1", "pagetag2" and "pagetag3" to the according cached pages in cache_pages.

Pages, which have been cached with a tag, can be deleted from cache again with the TSconfig option TCEMAIN.clearCacheCmd.

Note

If you instead want to store rendered content into the caching framework, see the stdWrap feature cache.

setCurrent

Property

setCurrent

Data type

string /stdWrap

Description

Sets the "current"-value. This is normally set from some outside routine, so be careful with this. But it might be handy to do this

lang

Property

lang

Data type

Array of language keys /stdWrap

Description

This is used to define optional language specific values.

If the global language key set by the ->config property .language is found in this array, then this value is used instead of the default input value to stdWrap.

Example:

config.language = de
page.10 = TEXT
page.10.value = I am a Berliner!
page.10.stdWrap.lang.de = Ich bin ein Berliner!

Output will be "Ich bin..." instead of "I am..."

data

Property

data

Data type

getText /stdWrap

field

Property

field

Data type

Field name /stdWrap

Description

Sets the content to the value of the according field (which comes from $cObj->data[field]).

Example:

.field = title

This sets the content to the value of the field "title".

You can also check multiple field names, if you divide them by "//".

Example:

.field = nav_title // title

Here the content from the field nav_title will be returned unless it is a blank string. If a blank string, the value of the title field is returned.

Note: $cObj->data changes depending on the context. See the description for the data type "getText"/field!

current

Property

current

Data type

boolean /stdWrap

Description

Sets the content to the "current"-value (see ->split)

cObject

Property

cObject

Data type

cObject

Description

Loads content from a content object.

numRows

Property

numRows

Data type

->numRows /stdWrap

Description

Returns the number of rows resulting from the supplied SELECT query.

filelist

Property

filelist

Data type

dir /stdWrap

Description

Reads a directory and returns a list of file names.

The value is exploded by "|" into parameters:

1: The path

2: comma-separated list of allowed extensions (no spaces between); if empty, all extensions are allowed.

3: sorting: name, size, ext, date, mdate (modification date).

4: reverse: Set to "r" if you want a reversed sorting.

5: fullpath_flag: If set, the filelist is returned with complete paths, and not just the filename.

preUserFunc

Property

preUserFunc

Data type

Function name

Description

Calls the provided PHP function. If you specify the name with a '->' in it, then it is interpreted as a call to a method in a class.

Two parameters are sent to the PHP function: As first parameter a content variable, which contains the current content. This is the value to be processed. As second parameter any sub-properties of preUserFunc are provided to the function.

See .postUserFunc!

Override and conditions

override

Property

override

Data type

string /stdWrap

Description

if "override" returns something else than "" or zero (trimmed), the content is loaded with this!

preIfEmptyListNum

Property

preIfEmptyListNum

Data type

(as "listNum" below)

Description

(as "listNum" below)

ifNull

Property

ifNull

Data type

string /stdWrap

Description

If the content is null (NULL type in PHP), the content is overridden with the value defined here.

Example:

page.10 = COA_INT
page.10 {
  10 = TEXT
  10 {
    stdWrap.field = description
    stdWrap.ifNull = No description defined.
  }
}

This example shows the content of the field description or, if that field contains the value NULL, the text "No description defined.".

ifEmpty

Property

ifEmpty

Data type

string /stdWrap

Description

If the trimmed content is empty at this point, the content is loaded with "ifEmpty". Zeros are treated as empty values!

ifBlank

Property

ifBlank

Data type

string /stdWrap

Description

Same as "ifEmpty" but the check is done using strlen().

listNum

Property

listNum

Data type

integer +calc +"last" +"rand" /stdWrap

Description

Explodes the content with "," (comma) and the content is set to the item[value].

Special keyword: "last" is set to the last element of the array!

Special keyword: "rand" returns a random item out of a list.

.splitChar (string):

Defines the string used to explode the value. If splitChar is an integer, the character with that number is used (e.g. "10" to split lines...).

Default: "," (comma)

.stdWrap (stdWrap properties):

stdWrap properties of the listNum...

Examples:

We have a value of "item 1, item 2, item 3, item 4":

This would return "item 3":

.listNum = last – 1

That way the subtitle field to be displayed is chosen randomly upon every reload:

page.5 = COA_INT
page.5 {
  10 = TEXT
  10 {
    stdWrap.field = subtitle
    stdWrap.listNum = rand
  }
}

trim

Property

trim

Data type

boolean /stdWrap

Description

If set, the PHP-function trim() will be used to remove whitespaces around the value.

strPad

Property

strPad

Data type

->strPad

Description

Pads the current content to a certain length. You can define the padding characters and the side(s), on which the padding should be added.

stdWrap

Property

stdWrap

Data type

->stdWrap

Description

Recursive call to the stdWrap function.

required

Property

required

Data type

boolean /stdWrap

Description

This flag requires the content to be set to some value after any content-import and treatment that might have happened until now (data, field, current, listNum, trim). Zero is not regarded as empty! Use "if" instead!

If the content is empty, "" is returned immediately.

if

Property

if

Data type

->if

Description

If the if-object returns false, stdWrap returns "" immediately.

fieldRequired

Property

fieldRequired

Data type

Field name /stdWrap

Description

The value in this field must be set.

Parsing data

csConv

Property

csConv

Data type

string /stdWrap

Description

Convert the charset of the string from the charset given as value to the current rendering charset of the frontend (UTF-8).

parseFunc

Property

parseFunc

Data type

object path reference / ->parseFunc /stdWrap

Description

Processing instructions for the content.

Note: If you enter a string as value, this will be taken as a reference to an object path globally in the TypoScript object tree. This will be the basis configuration for parseFunc merged with any properties you add here. It works exactly like references does for content elements.

Example:

parseFunc = < lib.parseFunc_RTE
parseFunc.tags.myTag = TEXT
parseFunc.tags.myTag.value = This will be inserted when &lt;myTag&gt; is found!

HTMLparser

Property

HTMLparser

Data type

boolean / ->HTMLparser /stdWrap

Description

This object allows you to parse the HTML-content and perform all kinds of advanced filtering on the content.

Value must be set and properties are those of ->HTMLparser.

(See Rich Text Editors (RTE) for more information about RTE transformations)

split

Property

split

Data type

->split /stdWrap

replacement

Property

replacement

Data type

->replacement /stdWrap

Description

Performs an ordered search/replace on the current content with the possibility of using PCRE regular expressions. An array with numeric indices defines the order of actions and thus allows multiple replacements at once.

prioriCalc

Property

prioriCalc

Data type

boolean /stdWrap

Description

Calculation of the value using operators -+*/%^ plus respects priority to + and - operators and parenthesis levels ().

. (period) is decimal delimiter.

Returns a doublevalue.

If .prioriCalc is set to "intval" an integer is returned.

There is no error checking and division by zero or other invalid values may generate strange results. Also you should use a proper syntax because future modifications to the function used may allow for more operators and features.

Examples:

100%7 = 2
-5*-4 = 20
+6^2 = 36
6 ^(1+1) = 36
-5*-4+6^2-100%7 = 54
-5 * (-4+6) ^ 2 - 100%7 = 98
-5 * ((-4+6) ^ 2) - 100%7 = -22

char

Property

char

Data type

integer /stdWrap

Description

Content is set to chr(value). This returns a one-character string containing the character specified by ascii code. Reliable results will be obtained only for character codes in the integer range 0 - 127. See the PHP manual:

$content = chr((int)$conf['char']);

intval

Property

intval

Data type

boolean /stdWrap

Description

PHP function intval(); returns an integer:

$content = intval($content);

hash

Property

hash

Data type

string /stdWrap

Description

Returns a hashed value of the current content. Set to one of the algorithms which are available in PHP. For a list of supported algorithms see http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.hash-algos.php .

Example:

page.10 = TEXT
page.10 {
  value = test@example.com
  stdWrap.hash = md5
  stdWrap.wrap = <img src="http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/|" />
}

round

Property

round

Data type

->round /stdWrap

Description

Round the value with the selected method to the given number of decimals.

numberFormat

Property

numberFormat

Data type

->numberFormat

Description

Format a float value to any number format you need (e.g. useful for prices).

date

Property

date

Data type

date-conf /stdWrap

Description

The content should be data-type "UNIX-time". Returns the content formatted as a date:

$content = date($conf['date'], $content);

Properties:

.GMT: If set, the PHP function gmdate() will be used instead of date().

Example where a timestamp is imported:

.value.field = tstamp
.value.date =

strftime

Property

strftime

Data type

strftime-conf /stdWrap

Description

Exactly like "date" above. See the PHP manual (strftime) for the codes, or data type "strftime-conf".

This formatting is useful if the locale is set in advance in the CONFIG object. See there.

Properties:

.charset: Can be set to the charset of the output string if you need to convert it to UTF-8. Default is to take the intelligently guessed charset from TYPO3CMSCoreCharsetCharsetConverter.

.GMT: If set, the PHP function gmstrftime() will be used instead of strftime().

strtotime

Property

strtotime

Data type

string

Description

Allows conversion of formatted dates to timestamp, e.g. to perform date calculations.

Possible values are 1 or any time string valid as first argument of the PHP strtotime() function.

Example:

date_as_timestamp = TEXT
date_as_timestamp {
   value = 2015-04-15
   strtotime = 1
}

Example:

next_weekday = TEXT
next_weekday {
   data = GP:selected_date
   strtotime = + 2 weekdays
   strftime = %Y-%m-%d
}

age

Property

age

Data type

boolean or string /stdWrap

Description

If enabled with a "1" (number, integer) the content is seen as a date (UNIX-time) and the difference from present time and the content-time is returned as one of these eight variations:

"xx min" or "xx hrs" or "xx days" or "xx yrs" or "xx min" or "xx hour" or "xx day" or "year"

The limits between which layout is used are 60 minutes, 24 hours and 365 days.

If you set this property with a non-integer, it is used to format the eight units. The first four values are the plural values and the last four are singular. This is the default string:

" min| hrs| days| yrs| min| hour| day| year"

Set another string if you want to change the units. You may include the "-signs. They are removed anyway, but they make sure that a space which you might want between the number and the unit stays.

Example:

lib.ageFormat = TEXT
lib.ageFormat.stdWrap.data = page:tstamp
lib.ageFormat.stdWrap.age = " Minuten | Stunden | Tage | Jahre | Minute | Stunde | Tag | Jahr"

case

Property

case

Data type

case /stdWrap

Description

Converts case

Uses "UTF-8" for the operation.

bytes

Property

bytes

Data type

integer /stdWrap

Description

Will format the input (an integer) as bytes: bytes, kb, mb

Available sub-properties:

labels: If you add a value for the property "labels" you can alter the default suffixes. Labels for bytes, kilo, mega and giga are separated by vertical bar (|) and possibly encapsulated in "". E.g.: " | K| M| G" (which is the default value).

base: The base to use for the calculation. Useful values are 1000 or 1024. There are 2 presets defined:

  • iec: uses the Ki, Mi, etc prefixes and binary base (power of two, 1024)
  • si: uses the k, M, etc prefixes and decimal base (power of ten, 1000)

The default formatting is set to "iec" base size calculations. The fractional part, when present, will be two numbers.

Thus:

bytes.labels = " | K| M| G"
bytes.base = 1000

substring

Property

substring

Data type

[p1], [p2] /stdWrap

Description

Returns the substring with [p1] and [p2] sent as the 2nd and 3rd parameter to the PHP substring function.

Uses "UTF-8" for the operation.

removeBadHTML

Property

removeBadHTML

Data type

boolean /stdWrap

Description

Removes "bad" HTML code based on a pattern that filters away HTML that is considered dangerous for XSS bugs.

Note: The removal, which removeBadHTML does, is not 100% complete. You cannot rely on the processing to remove all potentially bad tags.

cropHTML

Property

cropHTML

Data type

string /stdWrap

Description

Crops the content to a certain length. In contrast to stdWrap.crop it respects HTML tags. It does not crop inside tags and closes open tags. Entities (like ">") are counted as one char. See stdWrap.crop below for a syntax description and examples.

Note that stdWrap.crop should not be used if stdWrap.cropHTML is already used.

stripHtml

Property

stripHtml

Data type

boolean /stdWrap

Description

Strips all HTML tags.

crop

Property

crop

Data type

string /stdWrap

Description

Crops the content to a certain length.

You can define up to three parameters, of which the third one is optional. The syntax is: [numbers of characters to keep] | [ellipsis] | [keep whole words]

numbers of characters to keep (integer): Define the number of characters you want to keep. For positive numbers, the first characters from the beginning of the string will be kept, for negative numbers the last characters from the end will be kept.

ellipsis (string): The signs to be added instead of the part, which was cropped of. If the number of characters was positive, the string will be prepended with the ellipsis, if it was negative, the string will be appended with the ellipsis.

keep whole words (boolean): If set to 0 (default), the string is always cropped directly after the defined number of characters. If set to 1, only complete words are kept. Then a word, which would normally be cut in the middle, is removed completely.

Examples:

20 | ... => max 20 characters. If more, the value will be truncated to the first 20 characters and prepended with "..."

-20 | ... => max 20 characters. If more, the value will be truncated to the last 20 characters and appended with "..."

20 | ... | 1 => max 20 characters. If more, the value will be truncated to the first 20 characters and prepended with "...". If the division is in the middle of a word, the remains of that word is removed.

Uses "UTF-8" for the operation.

rawUrlEncode

Property

rawUrlEncode

Data type

boolean /stdWrap

Description

Passes the content through the PHP function rawurlencode().

htmlSpecialChars

Property

htmlSpecialChars

Data type

boolean /stdWrap

Description

Passes the content through the PHP function htmlspecialchars().

Additional property ".preserveEntities" will preserve entities so only non-entity characters are affected.

encodeForJavaScriptValue

Property

encodeForJavaScriptValue

Data type

boolean /stdWrap

Description

Encodes content to be used safely inside strings in JavaScript. Characters, which can cause problems inside JavaScript strings, are replaced with their encoded equivalents. The resulting string is not enclosed in quotes. If needed, quotes can be added using TypoScript.

Passes the content through the core function \TYPO3\CMS\Core\Utility\GeneralUtility::quoteJSvalue().

Example:

10 = TEXT
10 {
    stdWrap.data = GP:sWord
    stdWrap.encodeForJavaScriptValue = 1
    stdWrap.wrap = setSearchWord(|);
}

doubleBrTag

Property

doubleBrTag

Data type

string /stdWrap

Description

All double-line-breaks are substituted with this value.

br

Property

br

Data type

boolean /stdWrap

Description

Pass the value through the PHP function nl2br(). This converts each line break to a <br /> or a <br> tag depending on doctype.

brTag

Property

brTag

Data type

string /stdWrap

Description

All ASCII codes of "10" (line feed, LF) are substituted with the value, which has been provided in this property.

encapsLines

Property

encapsLines

Data type

->encapsLines /stdWrap

Description

Lets you split the content by chr(10) and process each line independently. Used to format content made with the RTE.

keywords

Property

keywords

Data type

boolean /stdWrap

Description

Splits the content by characters "," ";" and chr(10) (return), trims each value and returns a comma-separated list of the values.

innerWrap

Property

innerWrap

Data type

wrap /stdWrap

Description

Wraps the content.

innerWrap2

Property

innerWrap2

Data type

wrap /stdWrap

Description

Same as .innerWrap (but watch the order in which they are executed).

addParams

Property

addParams

Data type

->addParams /stdWrap

Description

Lets you add tag parameters to the content if the content is a tag!

preCObject

Property

preCObject

Data type

cObject

Description

cObject prepended the content.

postCObject

Property

postCObject

Data type

cObject

Description

cObject appended the content.

wrapAlign

Property

wrapAlign

Data type

align /stdWrap

Description

Wraps content with <div style=text-align:[value];"> | </div> if align is set.

TCAselectItem

Property

TCAselectItem

Data type

Array of properties /stdWrap

Description

Resolves a comma-separated list of values into the TCA item representation.

.table: String. The Table to look up.

.field: String. The field to resolve.

.delimiter: String. Delimiter for concatenating multiple elements.

Note: Currently this works only with TCA fields of type "select" which are not database relations.

spaceBefore

Property

spaceBefore

Data type

integer /stdWrap

Description

Pixels space before. Done with a clear-gif; <img ...><br>.

spaceAfter

Property

spaceAfter

Data type

integer /stdWrap

Description

Pixels space after. Done with a clear-gif; <img ...><br>.

space

Property

space

Data type

space /stdWrap

Description

[spaceBefore] | [spaceAfter]

Additional property:

.useDiv = 1

If set, a clear gif is not used but rather a <div> tag with a style- attribute setting the height. (Affects spaceBefore and spaceAfter as well).

wrap

Property

wrap

Data type

wrap /+.splitChar /stdWrap

Description

.splitChar defines an alternative splitting character (default is "|" - the vertical line)

noTrimWrap

Property

noTrimWrap

Data type

"special" wrap /+.splitChar /stdWrap

Description

This wraps the content without trimming the values. That means that surrounding whitespaces stay included! Note that this kind of wrap does not only need a special character in the middle, but that it also needs the same special character to begin and end the wrap (default for all three is "|").

Example:

noTrimWrap = | val1 | val2 |

In this example the content with the values val1 and val2 will be wrapped; including the whitespaces.

Additional property:

.splitChar

Can be set to define an alternative special character. stdWrap is available. Default is "|" - the vertical line. This sub-property is useful in cases when the default special character would be recognized by optionSplit (which takes precedence over noTrimWrap).

Example:

noTrimWrap = ^ val1 ^ val2 ^ || ^ val3 ^ val4 ^
noTrimWrap.splitChar = ^

optionSplit will use the "||" to have two subparts in the first part. In each subpart noTrimWrap will then use the "^" as special character.

wrap2

Property

wrap2

Data type

wrap /+.splitChar /stdWrap

Description

same as .wrap (but watch the order in which they are executed)

dataWrap

Property

dataWrap

Data type

mixed /stdWrap

Description

The content is parsed for pairs of curly braces. The content of the curly braces is of the type getText and is substituted with the result of getText.

Example:

<div id="{tsfe : id}"> | </div>

This will produce a <div> tag around the content with an id attribute that contains the number of the current page.

prepend

Property

prepend

Data type

cObject

Description

cObject prepended to content (before)

append

Property

append

Data type

cObject

Description

cObject appended to content (after)

wrap3

Property

wrap3

Data type

wrap /+.splitChar /stdWrap

Description

same as .wrap (but watch the order in which they are executed)

orderedStdWrap

Property

orderedStdWrap

Data type

Array of numeric keys with /stdWrap each

Description

Execute multiple stdWrap statements in a freely selectable order. The order is determined by the numeric order of the keys. This allows to use multiple stdWrap statements without having to remember the rather complex sorting order in which the stdWrap functions are executed.

Example:

10 = TEXT
10.value = a
10.stdWrap.orderedStdWrap {
  30.wrap = |.

  10.wrap = is | working
  10.innerWrap = &nbsp;|&nbsp;

  20.wrap = This|solution
  20.stdWrap.wrap = &nbsp;|&nbsp;
}

In this example orderedStdWrap is executed on the value "a". 10.innerWrap is executed first, followed by 10.wrap. Then the next key is processed which is 20. Afterwards 30.wrap is executed on what already was created.

This results in "This is a working solution."

outerWrap

Property

outerWrap

Data type

wrap /stdWrap

Description

Wraps the complete content

insertData

Property

insertData

Data type

boolean /stdWrap

Description

If set, then the content string is parsed like .dataWrap above.

Example:

Displays the page title:

10 = TEXT
10.value = This is the page title: {page:title}
10.stdWrap.insertData = 1

postUserFunc

Property

postUserFunc

Data type

function name

Description

Calls the provided PHP function. If you specify the name with a '->' in it, then it is interpreted as a call to a method in a class.

Two parameters are sent to the PHP function: As first parameter a content variable, which contains the current content. This is the value to be processed. As second parameter any sub-properties of postUserFunc are provided to the function.

The description of the cObject USER contains some more in-depth information.

Example:

You can paste this example directly into a new template record:

page = PAGE
page.typeNum = 0

page.10 = TEXT
page.10 {
  value = Hello World!
  stdWrap.postUserFunc = Your\NameSpace\YourClass->reverseString
  stdWrap.postUserFunc.uppercase = 1
}

page.20 = TEXT
page.20 {
  value = Hello World!
  stdWrap.postUserFunc = Your\NameSpace\YourClass->reverseString
  stdWrap.postUserFunc.uppercase = 1
  stdWrap.postUserFunc.typolink = 11
}

Your methods will get the parameters $content and $conf (in that order) and need to return a string.

namespace Your\NameSpace;
/**
 * Example of a method in a PHP class to be called from TypoScript
 *
 */
class YourClass {
  /**
   * Reference to the parent (calling) cObject set from TypoScript
   */
  public $cObj;

  /**
   * Custom method for data processing. Also demonstrates how this gives us the ability to use methods in the parent object.
   *
   * @param string          When custom methods are used for data processing (like in stdWrap functions), the $content variable will hold the value to be processed. When methods are meant to just return some generated content (like in USER and USER_INT objects), this variable is empty.
   * @param array           TypoScript properties passed to this method.
   * @return        string  The input string reversed. If the TypoScript property "uppercase" was set, it will also be in uppercase. May also be linked.
   */
  public function reverseString($content, $conf) {
    $content = strrev($content);
    if (isset($conf['uppercase']) && $conf['uppercase'] === '1') {
      // Use the method caseshift() from ContentObjectRenderer.php.
      $content = $this->cObj->caseshift($content, 'upper');
    }
    if (isset($conf['typolink'])) {
      // Use the method getTypoLink() from ContentObjectRenderer.php.
      $content = $this->cObj->getTypoLink($content, $conf['typolink']);
    }
    return $content;
  }
}

For page.10 the content, which is present when postUserFunc is executed, will be given to the PHP function reverseString(). The result will be "!DLROW OLLEH".

The content of page.20 will be processed by the function reverseString() from the class YourClass. This also returns the text "!DLROW OLLEH", but wrapped into a link to the page with the ID 11. The result will be "<a href="index.php?id=11">!DLROW OLLEH</a>".

Note how in the second example $cObj, the reference to the calling cObject, is utilised to use functions from ContentObjectRenderer.php!

postUserFuncInt

Property

postUserFuncInt

Data type

function name

Description

Calls the provided PHP function. If you specify the name with a '->' in it, then it is interpreted as a call to a method in a class.

Two parameters are sent to the PHP function: As first parameter a content variable, which contains the current content. This is the value to be processed. As second parameter any sub-properties of postUserFuncInt are provided to the function.

The result will be rendered non-cached, outside the main page-rendering. Please see the description of the cObject USER_INT.

Supplied by Jens Ellerbrock

prefixComment

Property

prefixComment

Data type

string /stdWrap

Description

Prefixes content with an HTML comment with the second part of input string (divided by "|") where first part is an integer telling how many trailing tabs to put before the comment on a new line.

The content is parsed through insertData.

Example:

prefixComment = 2 | CONTENT ELEMENT, uid:{field:uid}/{field:CType}

Will indent the comment with 1 tab (and the next line with 2+1 tabs)

editIcons

Property

editIcons

Data type

string /stdWrap

Description

If not empty, then insert an icon linking to typo3/sysext/backend/Classes/Controller/EditDocumentController.php with some parameters to build and backend user edit form for certain fields.

The value of this property is a list of fields from a table to edit. It's assumed that the current record of the cObject is the record to be edited.

Syntax: optional table name : comma list of field names [list of pallette-field names separated by | ]

.beforeLastTag: Possible values are 1, 0 and -1. If set (1), the icon will be inserted before the last HTML tag in the content. If -1, the icon will be prepended to the content. If zero (0), the icon is appended in the end of the content.

.styleAttribute: String. Adds a style-attribute to the icon image with this value. For instance you can set "position:absolute" if you want a non-destructive insertion of the icon. Notice: For general styling all edit icons has the class "frontEndEditIcons" which can be addressed from the stylesheet of the site.

.iconTitle: String. The title attribute of the image tag.

.iconImg: HTML. Alternative HTML code instead of the default icon shown. Can be used to set another icon for editing (for instance a red dot or otherwise... :-)

Example:

This will insert an edit icon which links to a form where the header and bodytext fields are displayed and made available for editing (provided the user has access!).

editIcons = tt_content : header, bodytext

Or this line that puts the header_align and date field into a "palette" which means they are displayed on a single line below the header field. This saves some space.

editIcons = header[header_align|date], bodytext

editPanel

Property

editPanel

Data type

boolean / editPanel

Description

See cObject EDITPANEL.

cache

Property

cache

Data type

cache

Description

Caches rendered content in the caching framework.

debug

Property

debug

Data type

boolean /stdWrap

Description

Prints content with HTMLSpecialChars() and <pre></pre>: Useful for debugging which value stdWrap actually ends up with, if you are constructing a website with TypoScript.

Should be used under construction only.

debugFunc

Property

debugFunc

Data type

boolean /stdWrap

Description

Prints the content directly to browser with the debug() function.

Should be used under construction only.

Set to value "2" the content will be printed in a table - looks nicer.

debugData

Property

debugData

Data type

boolean /stdWrap

Description

Prints the current data-array, $cObj->data, directly to browser. This is where ".field" gets data from.

Should be used under construction only.

[tsref:->stdWrap]