You want to configure the RTE (Rich Text Editor). Where do you start? (3)
In RTE extension settings
You want to set TCEMain settings such as default user permissions. Where do you do this? (2)
In the user management
Which TLO allows you to specify settings in the User Settings sub-module by means of TypoScript? (1)
You can use the TLO setup to configure the user settings for the User Settings module. What do you need to use instead of the wildcard so that the user can overwrite the default settings below in the module at a later stage? (1)
setup.???.emailMeAtLogin = 1
The page with the ID 0 (TYPO3 symbol), for example, displays a great number of tables in the Web > List module. If your installation contains an extension such as static_info_tables, which places numerous separate tables there, page reproduction can become unpleasantly slow, and the display becomes more confusing. Which TypoScript code can you use to reduce this effect, and where would you position it? (2)
Every now and then you need to specify the ID of a page. How do you do this? (5)
You memorize the name and specify the corresponding ID in the phpMyAdmin extension.
You enter the following code in the User TSconfig:
options.pageTree.showPageIdWithTitle = 1
You move the mouse over the page icon in the page tree and wait for the ID to appear as a tool tip.
You click the page (in Listview or Pageview), and find the ID on the top right.
You select Web > Info, click on a page and choose the Pagetree overview entry from the pull down menu. You then receive a list with page information on the current page and its subpages. The ID is also listed there.
You can activate displaying the IDs via the page tree.
Where do you set up new languages for the frontend? (1)
In the setup area of the TypoScript root template.
In the Page TSconfig of the admin user
On the page containing the root template
On the page whose ID=0
In the Language module in the backend.
You want to set up a new frontend language. How do you proceed? (1)
Click the List module, select the page with the TYPO3 symbol and then create a new Website language data record.
Click the Page module, select the page with the TYPO3 symbol and then create a new Website language content element.
Click the Info module, select the root page and then create a new language data record.
Select Language menu item in the Extension Manager.
Name the modules in which you can enter translations for pages or content elements. (3)
In the Page module
In the List module
In the Info module
In the Template module
In the Language module
The backend is in English, and you want to switch it to another language. How do you proceed? (3)
You can change the language easily in the User Settings module.
You have to add the language in the Language module.
You have to check in the Language module to find out which translations you need to transfer because they are still in the repository.
You have to transfer the new translations to your server from the repository in the Language module.
You have to activate the use of further languages in the Install Tool.
You have added new backend languages in the Extension Manager and updated the required language details from the server. Where exactly is this language information stored? (2)
It is saved in the database in the sys_language table.
In the typo3temp/ directory
In the typo3conf/l10n/ directory
In the typo3/languages/ directory
The language information remains on the server and is not stored locally. The system only stores locally which translations are required by the installation.
How do you configure TYPO3 so that the frontend is displayed in another language, assuming that this language was installed properly? (2)
You have to install the language extension.
You add a GET parameter to the URL; usually this is L.
You have to store the appropriate configuration in the TypoScript setup of the root page.
You have to introduce the required language via the URL as http://mytypo3domain.de/language/.
You have to configure the required languages in the Page TSconfig.
Usually, TYPO3 displays translations when requested and the original content if there is no translation. How can you prevent the original contents from ever being displayed in this case? (1)
By translating all contents.
By hiding the page.
You select Hide default translation of page in the page properties.
By selecting Hide page if no translation for current language exists in the page properties.
By selecting Hide permanent in the page properties.
English is the default language for a multilingual website. How do you switch the default language to German (including flag and label)? (1)
By entering defaultLanguageFlag and defaultLanguageLabel in the TypoScript setup.
By enterin defaultLanguageFlag and defaultLanguageLabel in the Page TSconfig.
In the DefaultLanguage section of the Install Tool.
In the Language tab of the root page, in the page properties.
Unfortunately that is not possible, English is always the default language.
If you want to operate a website with languages both from the European and the Asian regions, you have to switch to UTF-8 character coding. How do you proceed? (1)
You use the following Install Tool setting to change the backend:
You use the following Page TSconfig setting to change the backend:
To allow files to be given UTF-8 file names, the following settings are necessary in the Install Tool:
You have to set the following TypoScript option for the frontend output:
config.metaCharset = utf-8
You set the following TypoScript option for the frontend output:
config.additionalHeaders = Content-Type: text/html;charset=utf-8
What does the Admin Panel do? (2)
It is the administrator’s control center for user settings.
It can be used to configure TYPO3 in the backend.
The panel can be used to analyze the frontend output.
It provides administrators with an admin area in the frontend.
The panel controls frontend editing.
Once you have activated frontend editing, an administrator can use the panel to monitor the entry of contents.
How do you activate the Admin Panel for a user who is not an administrator? (2)
You enter config.admPanel = 1 in the setup of the root template.
You enter config.admPanel = 1 in the User TSconfig.
You enter admPanel.enable.edit = 1 in the setup of the root template.
You enter admPanel.enable.edit = 1 in the User TSconfig.
By means of a setting in the user’s user settings.
You have created content that should be visible only between 8:00 and 11:00 in the morning. It is currently 14:00. What is the sensible way to check the output of the content? (1)
You change the time on your desktop computer.
You change the time on the server.
You wait until 8:00 the next day.
You simulate the correct time in the backend.
You simulate the correct time in the Admin Panel.
You are having problems with the RTE when entering contents. What can you do in this situation? (4)
Every content form contains the Disable Rich Text Editor switch.
You deactivate the extension that embeds the RTE.
You install a new extension, e.g. tinyRTE.
You add the following TypoScript code line in the Page TSconfig:
RTE.default.disabled = 1
You call up the backend using the &no_rte GET parameter.
What is the Single Table View? (1)
The display of a table in the phpMyAdmin extension
The table output of a frontend plugin.
All options of an entry form in the backend are displayed on a page (instead of on tabs).
The display of one single table in the Web > List module.
The display of one single table in the Web > Page module.
The page with ID 0 contains the backend users. What do you do so the list of these users in the Web > List module also displays their e-mail addresses and full names? (1)
You have to make the appropriate settings in the Page TSconfig.
You can make the settings in the Single Table View.
You can extend the showBEuserInfo option in the Install Tool correspondingly.
You require a special extension to display additional information here.
You can make the settings in User settings accordingly.
How can you change the page titles of all direct subpages of the current page simultaneously? (1)
That is not possible, you have to edit each page individually.
You first have to install a suitable extension.
You can use TypoScript to create a script that performs the change
in one procedure.
You can do this in the Single Table View.
You can do this in the Page module.
How do you delete multiple pages at once? (2)
You use the Delete Multiple Pages extension.
For safety reasons, you can only delete one page at a time.
You right-click the corresponding page and then select Delete.
You use the clipboard.
You have to change the User Settings to allow deleting more than one page at once.
You can delete pages in the page tree by rightclicking a page and selecting Delete. This procedure fails by default if the page to be deleted contains subpages. Why is this? (2)
Recursive deletion is not possible in TYPO3 for reasons of safety.
The ability to delete recursively has to be configured in User settings.
Recursive deletion is only possible using a DELETE database command.
The recursive delete function has to be activated in the User TSconfig.
Recursive deletion does not work in the page tree, but only in the Web > List module.
What do you need to do so a page in the frontend is called with the https protocol when requested? (1)
This is only possible if the config.baseURL TypoScript key is set to the https version of the website.
If the link is generated in TypoScript, the following configuration is necessary:
1.NO.protocol = https
This is only possible by installing a suitable extension.
You select the https:// option in the Use protocol field in the page properties.
It is necessary to select the Secure Site page type for the specific page.
Using Page TSconfig:
TCEMAIN.pages.protocol = https
Is it possible to use a recycling bin for files? If so, how? (1)
No, there is only a recycling bin for data records (such as pages and content elements).
Yes, you can switch it on in the Page TSconfig:
config.file.recycler = true
Yes, but you have to install a suitable extension from the TER.
Yes, you can create a _recycler_ folder in the File > Filelist module.
Yes, you can configure this by selecting the Use recycler for file checkbox in the user settings.
On which pages can you create data records with the Backend User type? (1)
Only in the Admin Tools > User admin module.
Backend users are only created on the page with ID = 0.
Backend users are only created on the page with the root flag.
Backend users can be created on all pages.
Backend users can be created on all pages of the Folder type.
Backend users can be created on all pages of the Backend User Section type.