[TYPO3-english] Blog extension + TV
Giuseppe Luigi Punzi Ruiz
glpunzi at lordzealon.com
Sun Jan 10 20:03:05 CET 2010
First of all, thanks for answer.
El 10/01/2010, a las 19:05, Marcus 'biesior' Biesioroff escribió:
> W dniu 2010-01-10 12:18, Giuseppe Luigi Punzi Ruiz pisze:
>> As I can see, there are a lot of extensions for blogging, but, wich
>> is a
>> good one to work with TV?
> ellou' Giuseppe, welcome on the list!
> There're two 'serious' blogging extensions for TYPO3 (btw. remember
> that the using capitalics in the name is the official way), one it's
> TIMTAB Weblog (ext:timtab) and second, much younger is T3BLOG
> (ext:t3blog) and they both templates themselves (what is mean that
> you don't need to use additional templating mechanism until you
> don't need additional - non-blog - pages)
> TIMTAB is based on tt_news extension, and just adds to the common
> news blogging features. That means that is required to install and
> configure tt_news first.
> T3BLOG is standalone extension however it's little bit harder to
> configure as it's based on the tons of TypoScript code
I installed T3Blog, but, I would like to integrate the blog with the
rest of the site, and don't find much information about this.
At the moment, I installed tt_news and commenting system (but I can't
get comments working), and I think this could be a possible solution
(i will try TIMTAB too).
> Generally I would choose the T3BLOG as it's just newer and fresher
> piece of code.
Me too, but, as I said, needs to work "standalone", and I would like
to integrate with the rest of my tests.
> From my personal practice I can advice that's probably the best way
> is to build a fragment of standart TYPO3 webservice in the main
> domain and use the subdomain in the separate branch of the PageTree
> for the blog (in both cases), however it's also possible (and quite
> hard) to mix both resources into one part. All depends on your
> One thing I need to say is: be brave ;] altought TYPO3 is powerful
> system some tasks require more of work as it's required to join
> different types of content into one piece and joining the blog
> functionality is (unfortuantely) quite right confirmation of my
> words :/
I'm trying to be brave :) but Typo3 is totally diferent from all I
worked, and, well, is not too easy as I thought. I suppose TS is a
powerfull piece of Typo3, but for the moment, I can't understand it yet.
> Good luck!
I don't need luck, but a miracle :D
Giuseppe Luigi Punzi Ruiz
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