[TYPO3] Typo3 vs other CMSs

Erik Svendsen erik at linnearad.no
Fri Jul 14 19:09:47 CEST 2006

Hello Dmitry,

> Hi!
> Damiano Verzulli wrote:
>> and, IMHO, the most important "concern" about TYPO3 is the following:
>> "...The markup generated by a lot of the core and contributed modules
>> used structure from the mid to late '90s, with lots of table layouts,
>> not much use of effectively placed CSS ID and class attributes, and
>> sometimes invalid structure...."
> They did not use recent version with CSS styled content. Even more, if
> you use TemplaVoila, you are controlling 95% of your markup.
> BE has a new nice skin, which is improved a lot for 4.0.1 (many thanks
> to Martin Kutschker for the absolutely excellent job!).
> That review a bit obsolete regarding typo3 :)
> Dmitry.

Agree with you Dmitry. Have made xhtml tableless design with TV since TYPO3 
version 3.6.2 (october 2004). Most of extensions has been easy to change 
templates on. Even using classic templating on version 3.7 and CSS styled 
content had nice xhtml output.

This review published by IBM shows lack of knowlegde about TYPO3.
Erik Svendsen

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