As a content management system TYPO3 offers a great deal of flexibility and advantages in creating awesome websites.
TYPO3 is basically built by modules that you can find on the right-hand side of your backend system. All those modules facilitate the operation of managing your content and adding flexibility to the backend UI interface.
The basic operational tasks of every cms system are encapsulated in the concept of the CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) content from the database, and this is all managed in TYPO3 by the backend.
In this section, we will show basic elements of how to manage content through the TYPO3 backend system.
Everything from adding, editing and deleting pages to content copy/paste and content styling would be revealed in the course of those section tutorials.
The default TYPO3 backend is divided into 4 main sections:
- Admin Tools
- Backend Users
Each of them has a set of modules for managing the system