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Cool TypoScript: Display any record

By Sebastiaan de Jonge, published on Thursday, February 4, 2010 at 18:01

TYPO3 TypoScript

TypoScript can be so useful sometimes! In this example I will display how we can create a nice output of any record in the frontend. And all this without the use of any silly extension.

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TYPO3: Page output optimization

By Sebastiaan de Jonge, published on Tuesday, January 26, 2010 at 22:02

TYPO3 TypoScript

In my opinion, TYPO3 does not generate very pretty HTML output by default. But with some tweaking we can still make something nice out of it! Follow the steps to make your TYPO3 website(s) output clean code.

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Cool TypoScript: Display random content elements

By Sebastiaan de Jonge, published on Monday, January 25, 2010 at 17:52

TYPO3 TypoScript

If you're not aware of the capabilities of TypoScript, you would start looking in the repository for something usable. I immediately remember using something similar for getting a content element from a different page, and displaying it. Combining this with a <span class="important">COA_INT</span>, to prevent caching of the element, I was able to do this in under <b>5 minutes</b> with only <b>15 lines</b> of TypoScript code (<i>including marker assignment</i>).

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Cool TypoScript: Alphabetical selector/list

By Sebastiaan de Jonge, published on Tuesday, January 12, 2010 at 21:23

TYPO3 TypoScript

The idea for the project was to generate an alphabetical list of products for a tt_products webshop. To make the process list the right products I extended the search a little with a new functionality. However this was not really the challenge! The challenge came with writing the navigation for this. I wanted to do this entirely with TypoScript. And I (we, got a little help from Pim Broens ;-)) did it!

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TYPO3: Debugging SQL queries

By Sebastiaan de Jonge, published on Wednesday, December 16, 2009 at 21:38

Imagine all the time you will put into trying to reverse engineer what the DBAL wrapper function you use is trying to generate, when we could just print ANY query that was generated with ANY one of the DBAL wrappers!

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