[TYPO3] efficient multisite management?

Frank frank.sonck at freebel.net
Sun Jul 23 23:05:27 CEST 2006

Hi Sebastian,

I've been going through the TV manual. What is interesting is the 
possibility of referencing to existing content elements AND the actual 
content in them. This is interesting because changes in the original CE will 
be reflected automatically in all instances (places where this CE is used 
through referencing).
Flexible Content Elements are of course great but in my opinion no solution 
for my 'problem'. Because I understand that with FCE you re-use a content 
element but NOT actual content itself.
So I'm not really further. Because I need to replicate complete websites / 
pages. If I would have to do this by referencing all content elements it 
would be quite a big job.
Anyone a idea?

Flexible Content Elements

"Sebastian Fuchs" <sebastian at hexerei.net> schreef in bericht 
news:mailman.1.1153257119.13761.typo3-english at lists.netfielders.de...
> Hi Frank,
> i read about it in the templaVoila Article published by Robert Lemke in 
> the last issue of the german T3 magazin, there is an english translation 
> under:
> http://typo3.org/fileadmin/t3n/articles/t3n_templavoila-api_english.pdf
> but i think you can find same informations in the tv docu as well.
> from my point of view its a long missed feature, but the tv conclusion 
> (storeing content references in an xml structure) pleases me not. its not 
> relational database design. i think a third table between pages and 
> tt_content would have been the better solution. but thats just my 2 cent.
> i would be really interested in your final solution.
> sebastian
> Frank wrote:
>> Hi Sebastian,
>> Where did you read about the templaVoila feature of reusing content 
>> elements?
>> Frank

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