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I want to find a person who will manage my company’s social media accounts. Who do I need? Obviously, an SMM specialist. This profession appeared on the market 7–8 years ago and became widely known.
But today the situation has changed somewhat. When asked about SMM promotion, freelancers and marketing agencies offer many more options: content maker and story maker, designer and photographer, targetologist and community manager … Who are these people? What are they doing? Is it true that all of them are needed for successful promotion on Instagram, VKontakte or TikTok? Let’s try to figure it out together. Continue reading
Recently I decided to update TYPO3 on one site. Since it was created a long time ago, the version of the system there was 4.2.6, while now 4.7 is already stable. In general, updating TYPO3 is a procedure with its own nuances, especially when it comes to earlier versions. Fortunately, there is enough information on this process on the Internet – in particular, you can read the wiki page about Upgrade at typo3.org. It contains all the necessary points, both general and with regards to different versions of TYPO3. In this post I will walk you through the process of upgrading TYPO3 from 4.2.6 to 4.5 LTS (long term support). Why 4.5 you ask? – everything is very simple, for versions 4.6 and older you need to have PHP 5.3 installed on the hosting . Continue reading
There are several extensions for creating a sitemap. There is also a standard element built into type3 natively. In general, a sitemap is useful for users as a usability element as it allows you to quickly find the pages you need if the navigation is very confusing. In this blog, I have already reviewed the Google sitemap TYPO3 extension from Dmitry Dulepov, who builds a map for search engines. The same thing that the Google XML Sitemaps plugin does in WordPress. But today I want to talk about other sitemaps – which are visible to users, in WP the dagon design sitemap generator copes with this, what is in TYPO3. Let me remind you that the post “From the archive”. Continue reading