[TYPO3-core] Newbie Question

Christian Müller christian.mueller at typo3.org
Tue May 7 12:09:40 CEST 2013

Hi Toose,

it very much depends on the agency/developer that did the TYPO3
integration. It shouldn't be a problem to supply them the html code, you
could even ask them to drop any assets on the site. TYPO3 usually offers
a folder "fileadmin/" which is free to be used by users to put their
assets in.

So something like


could work, just make sure to check back with them.
As I don't know any specifics about the site or your project I cannot
give you more details, but as TYPO3 is pretty flexible just having HTML
+ assets should work out.


On 07.05.13 11:45, Gerard Cooley wrote:
> Hi,
> up to 15mins ago I never even heard of TYPO3 so was wondering if someone
> could give me an answer on something. I work for a design agency who
> mainly develop once off static sites i.e. HTML, CSS a bit of PHP in the
> form of includes and some javascript for some menus etc. We have been
> asked to do some design work in the form of some advertising for a
> company whose website operates on a TYPO3 platform.
> So my question is if we are just designing a static advertisement I am
> presuming that we could supply it within a div tag with some inline
> styles and any assets could go on our site with direct links to them.
> Hope that makes sense and apologies if it is a stupid question but as
> with all different platforms etc you just do not know. To be clear the
> question is am I correct is the way I proposed the way it would be done
> or not and if not what way does it work with TYPO3 ?
> Thanks in advance
> Toose

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