Fieldtypes:ref:

String

An input-field for Text.

Integer

An input-field for Integer-Numbers.

Float

An input-field for Floating-Numbers.

Date

An input-field for a Date (dd.mm.yyyy).

Datetime

An input-field for a Date with Time (dd.mm.yyyy hh.ii.ss).

Text

A multiline Textfield.

Richtext

A multiline Textfield with richtext-editor.

Checkbox

One or more checkboxes.

Radiobutton

One or more radiobuttons.

Selectbox

Selectbox with own values or relation to other database-table.

Size

Defines the height of the selectbox. Example: If set to 2, the selectbox get a height of 2 entrys.

AutoSizeMax

If set, the height of the selectbox is set to the amount of values, but at maximum to this value.

foreign_table

Here you can auto-fill the selectbox with values from a databasetable. Just enter the tablename. You can access the value easy with TypoScript. Example: If set to pages, the selectbox is filled with all pages from your project. In your fluid-template, you can use <f:cObject typoscriptObjectPath="lib.pages" data="{data}" /> And in your TypoScript setup you can access to all data of the selected pages-record:

foreign_table_where

If you use foreign_table and want to filter the values in your selectbox or set the sorting of the selectbox options, you can do this here. Example: Sorting by title (Z-A): ORDER BY title DESC Only default pages-doctype: AND doktype=1

renderType

Change the type of the selectbox from singe to multiple, ore use checkboxes or a shuttle instead of a slectbox.

Maxitems

If renderType is not set to Selectbox single, you can define the maximum allowed amount of items. The values will be stored commaseparated. So you can use TypoScript split to access to each value.

Items

Here you can define static values. It is allowed to use them standalone or in combination with foreign_table. Example with usage of foreign_table: Please choose,0 Note, that the ids must be integers! If you use only static values without using foreign_table, ids should be startwith 1, because 0 resets the state to NULL.

File

File-field with using of FAL. You can display images in the frontend with f:image or with f:cObject:

<f:for each="{data.tx_mask_image}" as="file">
        f:image example:
        <f:image src="{file.uid}" treatIdAsReference="1" width="200" />

        f:cObject example:
        <f:cObject typoscriptObjectPath="lib.my_image" data="{image: file.uid}" />
</f:for>

In case of using f:cObject, use the following TypoScript in your setup-field:

lib.my_image = IMAGE
lib.my_image.file {
        import.field = tx_mask_image
        treatIdAsReference = 1
}

Repeating

Repeating field, using IRRE technique. You can add repeating subfields to this item. Example: Create a slider with multiple slides.

Content

Allow users to add content elements to the content element. This way editors can nest the content elements and can for instance build an accordion in a comfortable way. Or if you want to create a media section, where only images, videos and audio elements are allowed, you can allow editors to only add the content elements that fit this requirement.

Tab

With the tab field, you can add a tab divider to better organise your fields in several tabs, and make editor's life easier.