[Typo3] Typo Templates For Idiots?
mc at mcuniverse.com
Sat Mar 19 00:42:16 CET 2005
"Lefkowitz, Jason" wrote in message
Here's what I'm trying to do:
1) Create a layout in XHTML
2) Mark out regions of the XHTML file for Typo to insert content into
3) Load this document into Typo as a template
4) Apply this template to a page in the pagetree successfully (so that
the front-end updates with the new layout).
This can't possibly be as hard as it seems to be. Is there a document
out there that lays this stuff out in painfully simple terms for people
like me who just don't get it? I'm not dumb, I understand PHP just fine
and even templating frameworks like Smarty, so I know that if it was
laid out the right way I can get it. I just can't find anywhere where
it's laid out the right way -- I've searched the docs, combed the
mailinglist archives and watched the video tutorials and they all leave
me more confused than enlightened. Help! :)
-- Jason Lefkowitz
Check out my tutorial
http://www.mcuniverse.com/T3_Template_Basics.847.0.html where I show how the
html template, the typoscript template and the css work together.
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