This package is abandoned and no longer maintained. The author suggests using the typo3/cms package instead.

Fork of TYPO3 CMS with production files only. TYPO3 CMS is a free open source Content Management Framework initially created by Kasper Skaarhoj and licensed under GNU/GPL.

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8.7.10 2018-02-06 12:02 UTC


This is a fork of TYPO3 CMS version 8.7.10. We removed all test and changelog files.

3786 files has been removed (14.2 MB). Now the longest file path is 158 chars long, before it was 159.

This fork has been created by this script:

To use this fork instead of original typo3/cms, add this to required section of your composer.json:

"instituteweb/typo3-cms": "~8.7"


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TYPO3 is an open source PHP based web content management system released under the GNU GPL. TYPO3 is copyright (c) 1999-2017 by Kasper Skaarhoj.

This document provides a basic introduction to TYPO3.

Getting Started

TYPO3 requires a webserver with PHP and a database (MySQL recommended). Accessing the backend through a supported browser.

Please see the in this folder in order to set up a basic TYPO3 installation on your webserver.

What is TYPO3?

TYPO3 is a free and open source Content Management Framework. It is released under the GNU General Public License. It can run on several web servers, such as Apache or IIS, on top of many operating systems, among them Linux, Microsoft Windows, FreeBSD or MacOS X.

TYPO3 was initially authored by Kasper Skårhøj and is now further developed by a community of Active Contributors around a small TYPO3 CMS Team.

To get more info about the GPL license, visit

What is a Content Management Framework?

A Content Management Framework is more than just a content management system, due to the separation of the streamlined core and optional plugins (extensions). TYPO3 has an open API that allows you to extend the frontend (web site) and/or backend (administration) functionalities.

The concept of extensions makes TYPO3 capable of being developed and used in almost any way you can imagine, either by using any of the many extensions which are available for download, or by writing your own.

TYPO3 System requirements

TYPO3 is based upon PHP and uses a MySQL database. For more information regarding these requirements see the file in this folder.

Using the Database Abstraction Layer (DBAL) allows one to use TYPO3 with other Database Management Systems, like PostgreSQL, Oracle and MSSQL.

TYPO3 resources

Here is an overview of the most important TYPO3 resources to help you get started:

Get more information

  • is the main project website. It provides up to date official news, information about events, access to downloading the products and extensions.

  • is a collaborative wiki, providing access to all kind of information around the TYPO3 ecosphere.

  • TYPO3 is one of the most thoroughly documented OpenSource products around, with manuals covering basic tutorials, TypoScript, administration, development, core structure, etc. You should make the time to locate the various documents, and read those that apply to the work you want to do.

Chat with us

The TYPO3 team is using a tool called Slack to openly communicate with each other and with the public. Several teams use Slack as a way to communicate internally and most channels are a welcome place for you to join and get yourself involved.

Exchange information, ask questions, get help

Slack is nice for short discussions, but when asking questions, most answers are lost in the noise after a few minutes. To let everyone profit from an answer, we recommend to ask questions on StackOverflow. If you like, you can then post a link into the corresponding Slack channel to raise attention. And please, do not forget to tag your questions correctly with TYPO3 (and possibly other tags like Fluid or Extbase).

The community and all TYPO3 teams communicate through newsgroups, which can also be accessed through mailing lists and forums. Any of these three ways provide access to the same communication channels:


If you want to contribute to the TYPO3 CMS source code, take a look at our Contributors Walkthrough and Review System:

The repository at GitHub is a synchronized mirror of the primary TYPO3 CMS core git repository:

If you want to file a bug report, maintain your own extension using our infrastructure (Git, Issue Tracker, Wiki, etc), take a look at:

Final notes

TYPO3 is said to be one of the most sophisticated PHP / Internet related applications available, and the more you play with it, the more you will agree.

Due to the advanced level of the code and functionality, a degree of study, time and perseverance is required to fully understand it, and get the best from it. You should keep trying, as we say it's definitely worth it. TYPO3 is the Enterprise Content Management System "for all".

The GPL license allows for developments that are based upon TYPO3 to also be freely available under the GPL. Please remember this, because TYPO3 is about "Inspiring People To Share". If you are making money with TYPO3 you can donate or become a member of the TYPO3 Association.

By becoming a supporting member, individuals and organisations mainly fund core development of TYPO3. The decision about what the funds are used for, is made by all members of the Association and the Expert Advisory Board (EAB). The decisions will be made transparent to the community and especially the supporting members. Your funds will also serve for other purposes as laid out in the bylaws.


This document is a part of the TYPO3 project.

Written by Nigel Jackson, Ingmar Schlecht, Ernesto Baschny, Michael Stucki, Oliver Hader, Ben van 't Ende and others.