[Typo3] CCS Styled Content
christoph.koehler at gmail.com
Sun Jun 26 23:54:01 CEST 2005
I use TemplaVoila for my site, and it is really really easy to use, but
like Sacha said, it might be a good excerise to use a full TS template. I
remember it was fun, but now I use TV.
About CSC classes, I just installed CSC, had TYPO3 render a page and
looked at the source for all the classes that it had, and went from there.
Might be a way.
On Sun, 26 Jun 2005 15:47:24 -0500, Sacha Vorbeck <sachav at gmx.net> wrote:
>> For example - do people use the Template Auto-parser? I've come to the
>> conclusion that I'd rather write my own subpart markers into the
>> What about everyone else.
> I don`t use the Auto-parser and also don`t recommend it to people
> starting with TYPO3. It`s like creating websites with Dreamweaver in a
> way. You can create pages but if something doesen`t work, you`ll still
> have to dive into the HTML-sourcecode.
> So you have to deal with TS anyway and I think it`s better to do it
> right from the start to learn step by step and avoid frustration.
> On the other hand the auto-paser could be more motivating as you might
> have a result faster.
>> More confusingly, I want to use CSS as much as possible and have looked
>> the CSS Styled Content tool but not sure if I'm understanding exactly
>> it's doing.
> CSC is a pre-defined TS-template with lot`s of TS-objects you need for
> creating a websites. The difference between CSC and the old content
> default template is, that it has been created as a replacement for
> content default to meet the current and future requirements of modern
> With other words: it renders the things you enter in the backend.
>> Presumably I still need to write a stylesheet for all the
>> content elements pulled from the many modules available but as much as
>> looked I can't find a definitive list of ID and classes that I need to
>> include in the stylesheet.
> CSC is shipped with an example stylesheet containing everything you
> need. Copy the contents of this file into your own stylesheet and modify
> it to suit your needs.
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