[TYPO3-templavoila] Hide standardtemplate for editors

Chris Bernhard chris at dreamride.de
Tue Jul 14 17:18:12 CEST 2009

Hi Tolleiv,

thanks a lot for your comprehensive answer about this issue.
Now im understanding much more...

Best regards,


Tolleiv Nietsch schrieb:
> Hi - no afaik there's no way to hide it. And from a technical 
> perspective there's also no need to hide it because these two buttons 
> serve a different purpose.
> If you use the first one you won't apply any TV-Template settings to 
> your page - therefore your page will inherit the template-settings from 
> it's parent page(s).
> The second button will write the settings for this template to your page 
> - so there's no inheritance or anything else used because the page 
> itself has a setting of it's own.
> The difference between the two buttons is the maintainability - if you 
> want to change the page-templates throughout the entire site/pages 
> you've to find all pages with a TV-template setting and you'll have to 
> change them. If you / your editors used the second button all the time 
> all your pages have their own template-settings which makes it hard to 
> maintain it at all.
> And that's why you don't want to remove this button ;)
> Best regards,
> Tolleiv
> Chris Bernhard schrieb:
>> Hi @ all,
>> after mapping a site template with templa voila
>> i have a new site template in the site creating wizard.
>> But the standardtemplate is still visible for editors.
>> Is there an way to hide this one for the editors?
>> I appended a screenshot for this issue. I want to hide
>> the "Standardvorlage" (the left one with the question mark icon)
>> Many thanks in advantage,
>> Chris Bernhard
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