TYPO3 extension that adds a frontend plugin for rendering static fluid templates. Inject JSON and FAL data into the templates.

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v2.0.0 2021-10-29 18:08 UTC

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Custom content element that renders every fluid template. Inject JSON data or FAL files into the templates. Perfect for fast template development.

Plugin in the TYPO3 Backend

  • Sometimes content is very unlikely to change regularly. It's faster to immediately write a fluid template than start the creation of a custom content element or adjusting an extension to your needs.
  • No need to write TCA or TypoScript to get frontend output, that can be adjusted through the backend. (E.g. quick image or phone number change)
  • Perfect if your customer is lazy and never thinks about logging into the backend to do the changes by his own
  • If it's required to implement a standalone solution, the templates can be reused


  1. Install via composer:

     composer require blueways/bw-static-template
  2. Include static TypoScript template

  3. Include static PageTS template


Add content element to page

Content Element Wizard

Select fluid template to render (e.g.: `EXT:your_ext/Resources/Private/Partials/Header.html`)

Backend TCA

Save & done.

Optional: Pass data into template

Enter valid JSON:

	"templateMarker1": "Example marker data",
	"persons": [
			"name": "Markus Mustermann",
			"contactUid": 3
			"name": "Paul Werner",
			"contactUid": 4

Now you can use the given data in your template, e.g.:

Hello {templateMarker1}!

<f:for each="{persons}" as="person">
	Say hello to < pageUid="{person.contactUid}">{}</>

Optional: Select images

The selected images are accessible as FileReference via `{files}` marker.

<f:for each="{files}" as="file">
	<f:image image="{file}" />



If you want to use the Layouts and Partials of fluid_styled_content, you just need to set the paths to the ones of your styles.content configuration:

plugin.tx_bwstatictemplate_pi1 {
	view {
		templateRootPath =
		partialRootPath =
		layoutRootPath =


It's just a regular content element that is rendered like every other element of fluid_style_content. Here are some examples to inject some additional data into the templates:

tt_content.bw_static_template {

    # insert variables
    variables {
        foo = TEXT
        foo.value = bar

    # use DtaProcessor (10 and 20 are reserved indexes)
    dataProcessing {
        # Inject a menu
        30 = TYPO3\CMS\Frontend\DataProcessing\MenuProcessor
        30 {
            as = navigation
            entryLevel = 0

        # Inject data about the current page
        40 = TYPO3\CMS\Frontend\DataProcessing\DatabaseQueryProcessor
        40 {
            table = pages
            pidInList = this
            as = page

Upgrade from 1.x to 2.x

The type of content element moved from plugin to custom content element. Plugins added to your page will still work, but cannot be added anymore.

There is an Update Wizard that migrates all of your plugins at once.

$ typo3cms upgrade:run bwStaticTemplate_pluginUpdateWizard


This extension was made by Maik Schneider from blueways. Feel free to contribute!