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Average score 3.38 (based on 61 votes)

given by Anonymous on November 26, 2008

given by Anonymous on December 5, 2008

given by Jesper Brosted on December 9, 2008

The most versatile and functional CMS out there!

given by Anonymous on December 14, 2008

given by Anonymous on December 22, 2008

I was unfortunate enough to have to deal with using this system as a CMS. I would not recommend it to anyone who is not both obsessive-compulsive and a PHP genius. Drupal or XOOPS are far superior. Heck Wordpress is almost as good as Drupal...

given by Gius on December 30, 2008

Typo3 is the best eeCMS and his flexibility is your strong point as well as being very safe and suitable for all reality

given by Anonymous on January 8, 2009

given by Anonymous on March 30, 2009

given by Michael Cannon on April 30, 2009

For the long run, TYPO3 gives your clients the greatest flexibility. You can make a quick buck and have migraines with low-end CMSs or have a headache and good client relationship with TYPO3.

given by Arthur on May 20, 2009

Typo3 is an enterprise open source cms. Everybody should keep this in mind. It can be easily compared with RedDot, but as RedDot it is no system to maintain your private homepage.

So, Anonymous comment from dec 22nd makes me smile a little bit. There's no php skills needed at all to install or maintain Typo3. And only because you can not setup Typo3, it is no bad cms.

Kids with homepages should choose a simple CMS like Joomla or Wordpress. Pros take a look at Typo3. It's worth it!

given by Mike on June 18, 2009

Very steep learning curve on the installation and administration side. But hang in there because once you learn how to install and configure this CMS, your customer (users) will be a happy camper.

Abundant extensions give you the flexibility to build a CMS tailored to your needs.

I had a hard time locating a good set of English documentation. First obstacle was to find a good English installation guide. Next obstacle was to find a good English tutorial for templavoila. But that's just my selfish criticism because I only read/write English. Perhaps some day, some nice soul will translate some of the documentation to English. :)

given by Anonymous on September 18, 2010

given by Anonymous on March 10, 2011

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given by Mateng Schimmerlos on August 8, 2012

Highly flexible and well maintained, a friendly and motivated community. Quite complex though, rather for a professional audience. Over 5000 extensions - very popular in Europe.

given by Anonymous on June 13, 2013

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