Website development is a laborious and long process, which is better to entrust to a professional team: designer, layout designer, copywriter, usability specialist. Of course, the work of such a team will cost money, and the larger you conceive the site, the more expensive it will cost to develop it. We discussed the issue of pricing in this direction in detail in this article.
But there are situations when the budget does not allow for a large amount of money for the creation of a website and the work of a professional team, and a resource that is not too complicated is required. In this case, you can try to make the resource yourself using special constructors. For example, Tilda. Continue reading
Each content management system has statistics on its use – how many sites have been created on it, how many modules have been released, how many developers support, etc. All these facts and figures in one way or another emphasize the achievements of cms, popularity and, one might say, its contribution to the development of the global web. There is information about TYPO3 on their official website. Some of the data is simply amazing! While you are reading this, remember that once only one person was involved in the development of this cms, and after years TYPO3 remains the same free Open Source project as in the beginning. Marvelous! 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