[TYPO3-templavoila] TemplaVoila v/s Traditional Templating (Template AutoParser, TypoScript etc.)
ron at busynoggin.com
Sat Dec 2 21:21:53 CET 2006
Personally, I started with MTB and in my early TYPO3 efforts found it
easier to grasp and get started with. I was satisfied using it and
still think it is a solid way to template a site.
However, earlier this year, I have began using TV and see no reason
to ever go back. Its basics are not too hard to grasp and once you
understand it in depth it gives you so much flexibility and power
particularly through the FCE's and the local processing field.
If you are already successfully templating sites in TV, then I would
question why even consider changing. Is there any kind of advantage
you think it might give you?
blog: "Adventures in TYPO3" at www.busynoggin.com/blog
On Dec 2, 2006, at 4:51 AM, Dmitry Dulepov wrote:
> shikeb wrote:
>> Thanks, Dmitry and Gideon, for your kind words. I wanted to know
>> flexible content elements can be emulated the traditional way.
>> What I
>> mean is that flexible content defines a template for individual
>> quite easily which we can later on plug into our page templates
>> where we are allowed to insert content, just like regular content
>> elements. If I were using markers and all would that be possible?
>> I am
>> just a bit naive in visualizing this so I thought to ask the noble
>> of the lists. I have read the mtb's (a long time back) and the ftb
>> documents but I'll re-read them following Dimitry's advice.
> I do not think you can emulate sections (repeatable) using MTB. But
> can emulate simple FCE with [a lot of] TS code and manual selection of
> elements, which is very inconvinient.
> Dmitry Dulepov
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