To do this, switch to text mode in RTE by clicking the <> button and put your link manually. Following parameters need to be added manually:
Basically that’s all I need to force download per PHP. But somehow Android stock browser (Chrome) only downloads and creates a 0 kB file. Other browser (tested with Firefox on Android) saves the file correctly.
another day, another problem. Extbase is becoming main framework for TYPO3 extension, because it’s really easy to create a frontend plugin to show (listing or detail view) of a records. Since it’s MVC framework, Extbase create a complex URL for each record.
Usually a view in extbase is always called from a controller. but what if, an action in your controller is called as an eID and only parts of the template needs to be rendered? Partial is an option, but I have a code snippet, which uses the
It’s might be a simple problem, but yet it’s really hard to find the correct solution. Although the solution is a simple one.
Using any of the CSS frameworks out there, you can easily create a button, even from a link, just by adding a class. The problem is, how you can put this class in RTE, so that the editor can easily choose which button class should be used.
Using the realurl extension TYPO3 generate human-readable URL. If the visitor visits the page using uppercase of the URL, TYPO3 can generate the page (HTTP 200). if a search bot (Google) found this URL and indexed it, Google will declare the page as “double content” and punishes your page rank. How do we deal with this? Continue reading redirect URL to lowercase
you have a password protected pages on your TYPO3 site. If you spread the URL of the pages and other user will be shown the login page, if they call the URL. Problem will be, after logging in, the user is not redirected to the last page, which they call.
The felogin extension of TYPO3 supports 6 type of redirect after login:
defined by usergroup record
defined by user record
TypoScript or Flexform of the felogin extension
The solution is the “referer” redirection. The question is how. This is where we use the fabulous TypoScript.
This TypoScript creates a redirect per meta tag (see wrap), but to which URL. The magic happens in the typolink function. xxx is your login page. The GET parameter “referer” will have the value of the last page, which the user visited.
The magic does not end here. You have to set to “referer” redirect in the flexform of the felogin extension.
Your CMS (read: TYPO3) can handle multiple subdomain in one installation. Problem: you can only put one robots.txt in the htdocs. The following rewrite rule will solve the problemby rewriting robots.txt to robots_(subdomain).txt
# default robots.txt
it will do following rewrite:
www.domain.tld/robots.txt will load robots_www.txt
sub1.domain.tld/robots.txt will load robots_sub1.txt, if it’s not exist, then robots_def.txt will be loaded