Fresh Ideas- One page TYPO3 Fluid Template for small business and agencies
This TYPO3 Fluid Template is completely responsive and compatible with TYPO3 version 8.7.x
Fresh Ideas – One page Responsive TYPO3 Fluid Template
‘Fresh Ideas’ is a clean and professional TYPO3 Fluid template specially designed for business or small agency.
This Multi Purpose Typo3 template can be used for any kind of business website such as Corporate, Financial, Agency, Personal, Contract, Advisor, Insurance etc.
- Fully Responsive
- Clean, Professional & Unique Design
- Compatible with all major browsers
- Full Commented Code
1. Other Features
- TYPO3 latest version (8.7.x)
- SEO Extension
- RealURL Extension
- Core and included extension updates
- Powermail Extension (contact form)
2. Clean and optimized websiteEach page and forms are clean and well optimised for smartphones and other hand held devices.
- Full Commented Code
- Well Documented
3. Completely customizableEach section of this Template is completely customizable. You can check into our TYPO3 Tutorial to see the instructions on how to customize a template similar to Fresh Ideas.
4. Advantages of Fluid Powered TYPO3 templateFluid offers a much cleaner approach of dividing template logic from display logic and controller logic. Your result will be structured much better when using the possibilities fluid and the mentioned extensions like
vhsprovide (like layouts and partials). The usage is actually very simple but can still be combined with the old school marker approach (you can do things like
<f:cObject typoscriptObjectPath="lib.marks.MAIN-MENU"/>). The easiest way is to use an extension which is created by modelling it in the backend to fit your custom needs, but you can also adjust the rendering of pages and/or default content elements by using typoscript and the fields given (like
section_frameand so on). So you always have the choice between detailed inputs (extbase extension objects) and using the TYPO3 default things like page properties and RTE config in combination with some typoscript magic (css_styled_content). Check Stack Overflow to learn more