Fixed bug #15155: Move file list from mod to sysext
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2 <T3locallang>
3 <meta type="array">
4 <description>CSH for TYPO3 Core Modules</description>
5 <type>CSH</type>
6 <csh_table>xMOD_csh_corebe</csh_table>
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8 <data type="array">
9 <languageKey index="default" type="array">
10 <label index=".alttitle">TYPO3 Core</label>
11 <label index=".description">TYPO3 is a Content Management Framework which consists of a central program core with only limited functionality. To extend this core system there are hundreds of extensions which in combination will provide a very capable system.</label>
12 <label index=".details">For most people TYPO3 is equivalent to a CMS providing a backend for management of the content and a frontend engine for website display. However TYPO3s core is natively designed to be a general purpose framework for management of database content. The core of TYPO3 delivers a set of principles for storage of this content, user access management, editing of the content, uploading and managing files etc. Many of these principles are expressed as an API (Application Programmers Interface) for use in the &lt;em&gt;extensions&lt;/em&gt; which ultimately adds most of the real functionality.</label>
13 <label index="_.seeAlso">Inside TYPO3 | http://typo3.org/documentation/document-library/doc_core_inside/This_document-1/</label>
14 <label index="_.image">EXT:lang/cshimages/login.png</label>
15 <label index=".image_descr">TYPO3 backend login screen.</label>
16 <label index="menu_modules.alttitle">Backend modules</label>
17 <label index="menu_modules.description">The Backend menu reflects the hierarchy of main- and sub-modules in TYPO3. Click a menu item to access the corresponding module.</label>
18 <label index="menu_modules.details">Backend Users might see different menu items depending on their access permissions. The &quot;Admin&quot; user on a system will always see all modules available.
19
20 You can configure the backend to display the menu in two alternative versions (useful on smaller screens); As a selector box or list of icons in the top frame of the backend.
21
22 When you click the little &quot;+&quot; or &quot;-&quot; icons next to the main modules, you can collapse (-) or expand (+) all the sub modules. By selecting the &quot;Expand all&quot; check box, all items are expanded. When the checkbox is unselected again, the menu changes back to the previous folding state. If you click &quot;Expand all&quot; and collapse a main module afterwards, the previous folding state is discarded and &quot;Expand all&quot; is unselected again.</label>
23 <label index="_menu_modules.seeAlso">be_groups:groupMods,
24 be_users:userMods,
25 _MOD_user_setup:option_noMenuMode,
26 More about Modules | http://typo3.org/documentation/document-library/doc_tut_quickstart/Backend_and_frontend/</label>
27 <label index="_menu_modules.image">EXT:lang/cshimages/core_2.png,
28 EXT:lang/cshimages/core_3.png</label>
29 <label index="menu_modules.image_descr">This is the range of menu options for a typical backend user.
30 For another backend user it might be different. This screen shot shows how another user has different permissions set and therefore access to other modules only. Also the backend language has been set different for this user.</label>
31 <label index="menu_adminFunction.alttitle">Admin Functions</label>
32 <label index="menu_adminFunction.description">The Admin Functions allow administrators to clear caches etc.</label>
33 <label index="menu_adminFunction.details">TYPO3 has multiple caching systems:
34
35 &lt;b&gt;Database Cache&lt;/b&gt;
36 A very central cache is the database cache table, &quot;cache_hash&quot;, which needs to be flushed after certain major changes in the system. You &quot;clear all cache&quot; by clicking the link with the blue icon. After this operation any website content should be re-generated from the sources rather than be delivered from caches. This operation clears &lt;i&gt;all&lt;/i&gt; database tables registered as flushable cache tables.
37
38 &lt;b&gt;Cached PHP configuration files from Extensions&lt;/b&gt;
39 TYPO3 also caches small configuration scripts from extensions, &quot;ext_localconf.php&quot; and &quot;ext_tables.php&quot;. These files are simply read from all installed extensions and concatenated into temporary PHP scripts found in the typo3conf/ folder, named &quot;temp_CACHED_*.php&quot;. Sometimes you need to remove these files so TYPO3 re-writes them from the originals. This is done by the &quot;Clear temp_CACHED&quot; link.
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41 &lt;b&gt;Notice:&lt;/b&gt; You should not clear these caches without a second thought. Clearing caches may affect performance on your server negatively for a while. Obviously the cached content has to be regenerated which takes time and under heavy load it might make your server un-available for a while.</label>
42 <label index="_menu_adminFunction.seeAlso">be_users:admin</label>
43 <label index="_menu_adminFunction.image">EXT:lang/cshimages/core_1.png</label>
44 <label index="pagetree.alttitle">The Page Tree</label>
45 <label index="pagetree.description">This is the hierarchical organization of pages in TYPO3. Typically websites are build so they reflect the page structure in the page tree directly in the website navigation.</label>
46 <label index="pagetree.details">The page tree works like a file system. Each page is like a directory where you can store files. In TYPO3 you store database records inside of each page. Some of these records, typically called &quot;Content Elements&quot;, contains the website content of pages. Other records can be from plugins like a glossary or a guestbook and they are only displayed indirectly by a plugin inserted as a Content Element.
47 Some backend users will see only a part of the page tree for a website. This feature allows the administrator to configure backend users with different responsibilities for maintaining branches of the page tree.
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49 &lt;b&gt;Navigating the tree&lt;/b&gt;
50 Simply click the +/- buttons to expand and contract the branches of the tree.
51 If you click the page icons you should see a context menu pop up. It will contain options specifically for that page.
52 Clicking the title of a page is another option. It will load the right frame of the Web main module with the selected sub-module. The content shown in the right frame will be related to the page clicked.</label>
53 <label index="_pagetree.seeAlso">xMOD_csh_corebe:list_module,
54 More about the Page Tree | http://typo3.org/documentation/document-library/doc_tut_quickstart/Pagetree/
55 Rendering Page trees [Technical] | http://typo3.org/documentation/document-library/doc_core_api/Rendering_page_trees/
56 Using the page tree (Animation) | FILE:EXT:welcome/modsub/ani_01.gif
57 Clicking Icons or Titles? (Animation) | FILE:EXT:welcome/modsub/ani_06.gif
58 Creating pages (Animation) | FILE:EXT:welcome/modsub/ani_07.gif
59 Moving pages (Animation) | FILE:EXT:welcome/modsub/ani_08.gif</label>
60 <label index="_pagetree.image">EXT:lang/cshimages/core_4.png,
61 EXT:lang/cshimages/core_5.png,
62 EXT:lang/cshimages/core_6.png,
63 EXT:lang/cshimages/core_7.png</label>
64 <label index="pagetree.image_descr">An example of a Page Tree in TYPO3. The page tree is available under any of the Web sub-modules in the menu.
65 Clicking the icon of a page displays a context sensitive menu with options for that particular page.
66 Clicking the title of a page in the page tree will load the right frame with the current submodule. The page id is passed to the module so it displays content related to the page you clicked.
67 Holding the mouse pointer over a page icon for a few seconds will display tool-tip information telling you details about the state of the page. Here a page is access restricted and you will be told which group the access is set for by the tool-tip.</label>
68 <label index="filetree.alttitle">The Folder Tree</label>
69 <label index="filetree.description">Shows the directory structure of a mounted path on the webserver. You can browse the folder tree like you are used to browse the file system on your own computer.</label>
70 <label index="filetree.details">The Folder Tree is available for any sub-module of the File main module in TYPO3. The File module is like a little web-based FTP-client inside of TYPO3 which allows you to upload, rename, copy, move, delete and edit files inside TYPO3.
71 Most users of TYPO3 doesn't need access to the File module and sub-modules in order to upload images on web-pages. They can do this directly when editing Content Elements. But the File module is useful for maintaining collections of files on the server, for example an image archive or files for download.
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73 &lt;b&gt;Navigating the Folder Tree&lt;/b&gt;
74 You can expand and contract the folder tree by the +/- icons.
75 Clicking a folder icon will display a pop-up menu with options related to that particular folder. Options include copy/cut/paste, rename, upload etc.
76 Clicking the folder title will load the currently active sub-module in the right frame of the backend. The sub-module will typically show files and folders inside the folder you clicked.
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78 &lt;b&gt;Granting access to the Folder Tree&lt;/b&gt;
79 The administrator needs to allow backend users to access the File modules and in addition make a file mount available to them before they can use the Folder Tree.</label>
80 <label index="_filetree.seeAlso">be_groups:groupMods,
81 be_groups:file_mountpoints,
82 be_users:file_mountpoints,
83 Managing files in TYPO3 | http://typo3.org/documentation/document-library/doc_tut_quickstart/Managing_files_in_TY/
84 Uploading Files | http://typo3.org/documentation/document-library/doc_tut_quickstart/Uploading_images_to/,
85 Details about file mounts | http://typo3.org/documentation/document-library/doc_core_inside/More_about_File_Moun/,
86 sys_filemounts,
87 xMOD_csh_corebe:filelist_module</label>
88 <label index="_filetree.image">EXT:lang/cshimages/core_8.png,
89 EXT:lang/cshimages/core_9.png,
90 EXT:lang/cshimages/core_10.png</label>
91 <label index="filetree.image_descr">The Folder Tree of the &quot;fileadmin/&quot; folder. This is mounted by default for &quot;Admin&quot;-users. Other users will have to have a file mount configured for them first.
92 Clicking the icon of a folder displays the context menu of the folder.
93 If you click the folder title in the Folder Tree you will see the sub-module loaded in the right frame. Here it is the File &gt; Filelist module that will display files and folders inside. Clicking the icon of a file will display a context menu for the file.</label>
94 <label index="list_module.alttitle">The Web&gt;List module</label>
95 <label index="list_module.description">Listing records located on a page. From here you can copy/cut/paste records around in the system. You can edit records, access the change history of elements etc.</label>
96 <label index="list_module.details">The list module is like the file manager in an Operating System; it provides basic access to all &quot;elements&quot; available in the system. In TYPO3 almost all information is stored in the database and managed after the same principles internally. For instance Content Elements representing page content are database records just like backend users are. The Web&gt;List module allows us to create, modify and delete both kinds of records after the same principles.
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98 The Web&gt;List module might not be the best &quot;view&quot; of the content on a page for any situation. For instance if you want to manage website content on a page (Content Elements) you should rather use the &quot;Web&gt;Page&quot; module which is designed to display content elements more optimized. But the List module will always give you access to whatever is on the page in a basic way if no better module is available for management.
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100 &lt;b&gt;Single-table mode&lt;/b&gt;
101 If you click the tabel title in the listing you will enter single-table mode. In this mode you can select additional fields from the table to show in the listing. Also you will get additional editing facilities, for instance you will be able to edit multiple records at a time and even only certain fields from those records. See the screenshot for more details.</label>
102 <label index="_list_module.seeAlso">xMOD_csh_corebe:pagetree,
103 xMOD_csh_corebe:list_module_root,
104 xMOD_csh_corebe:filelist_module,
105 xMOD_csh_corebe:TCEforms
106 Selective Editing | http://typo3.org/documentation/document-library/doc_tut_quickstart/Selective_editing/
107 The List module (&quot;Inside TYPO3&quot;) | http://typo3.org/documentation/document-library/doc_core_inside/List_module/,</label>
108 <label index="_list_module.image">EXT:lang/cshimages/core_11.png,
109 EXT:lang/cshimages/core_12.png,
110 EXT:lang/cshimages/core_34.png,</label>
111 <label index="list_module.image_descr">Here the page &quot;Cameras&quot; has been clicked in the page tree and in the right frame the Web&gt;List module shows the contents of the page. Here a single content element (Shop Plugin) is inserted in order to display the other items on the page which are three product records in this case.
112 If you enable &quot;Extended mode&quot; and the &quot;Clipboard&quot; you will get additional buttons in the interface to operate on the records shown here. Also notice how you can click any record icon to get a &quot;Clickmenu&quot; for the element.
113 Here you see the single-table mode active for the &quot;Pagecontent&quot; tabel (Content Elements). In the fieldbox the &quot;Hide&quot; field is selected to be included in the listing. If you click any of the edit icons (marked with red border) you will be able to edit [from left to right] a) all listed fields (here &quot;Header&quot; and &quot;Hide&quot;), b) full record or c) a single field (eg. &quot;Hide&quot;) for &lt;u&gt;only&lt;/u&gt; the selected records (defined by the checkboxes seen).</label>
114 <label index="list_module_noId.alttitle">Web&gt;List module with no ID given</label>
115 <label index="list_module_noId.description">The Web&gt;List module must have a page ID passed to it before it can display any content. Please click a page title in the Page Tree.</label>
116 <label index="_list_module_noId.seeAlso">xMOD_csh_corebe:list_module</label>
117 <label index="list_module_root.alttitle">Root of the Page Tree</label>
118 <label index="list_module_root.description">The root of the Page Tree is having id 0 (zero = no page) and the special circumstance is that records in the page tree root can be accessed and edited &lt;i&gt;only&lt;/i&gt; by &quot;Admin&quot; users.</label>
119 <label index="list_module_root.details">Only records from certain database tables are allowed to be created in the page tree root. This includes Backend Users, Backend Groups, File Mount records, Language records etc., and you cannot create Content Elements or Frontend Users in the root of the Page Tree. It also works the other way around; For example you cannot create Backend Users anywhere in the page tree.
120 Usually records that are located in the page tree root are somehow &quot;global&quot; for the whole TYPO3 installation and doesn't make sense inside a specific branch of the page tree.</label>
121 <label index="_list_module_root.seeAlso">xMOD_csh_corebe:list_module
122 The List module (&quot;Inside TYPO3&quot;) | http://typo3.org/documentation/document-library/doc_core_inside/List_module/</label>
123 <label index="_list_module_root.image">EXT:lang/cshimages/core_13.png,
124 EXT:lang/cshimages/core_14.png,</label>
125 <label index="list_module_root.image_descr">Example of records in the page tree root; Backend users, groups, filemounts and website languages.
126 When &quot;Admin&quot;-users wants to create a new record in the page tree root they will see a limited number of record types to create. This reflects which tables are configured to be created in the page tree root.</label>
127 <label index="list_clipboard.alttitle">TYPO3 Clipboard</label>
128 <label index="list_clipboard.description">The clipboard is an internal registry where records and files can be &quot;stored&quot; temporarily. Usually the clipboard is used for copy/cut/paste operations internally of one or more elements.</label>
129 <label index="_list_clipboard.seeAlso">xMOD_csh_corebe:list_module,
130 xMOD_csh_corebe:filelist_clipboard,
131 Using the clipboard | http://typo3.org/documentation/document-library/doc_tut_quickstart/Using_the_List_modul/
132 Numeric Clipboard pads | http://typo3.org/documentation/document-library/doc_tut_quickstart/The_numeric_clipboar/
133 Clipboard details [Technical] | http://typo3.org/documentation/document-library/doc_core_inside/Clipboard/,
134 Accessing clipboard in scripts [Technical] | http://typo3.org/documentation/document-library/doc_core_api/Accessing_the_clipbo/</label>
135 <label index="_list_clipboard.image">EXT:lang/cshimages/core_16.png,
136 EXT:lang/cshimages/core_17.png,</label>
137 <label index="list_clipboard.image_descr">Whenever you use the copy/cut/paste functions in the clickmenus you will actually use the clipboard to store the element internally in TYPO3.
138 If you select one of the numeric clipboard pads you will be able to store more than a single element on the clipboard at a time. In the record listings you will then see checkboxes next to the elements by which you can select/deselect elements for the clipboard.</label>
139 <label index="list_searchbox.alttitle">Search Box</label>
140 <label index="list_searchbox.description">By this search box you can do a free text search in all the listed records. You can also search recursively in sub-pages by selecting a number of levels to search in the selector box to the right of the search field.</label>
141 <label index="_list_searchbox.seeAlso">xMOD_csh_corebe:list_module</label>
142 <label index="_list_searchbox.image">EXT:lang/cshimages/core_15.png,</label>
143 <label index="list_options.alttitle">List module options</label>
144 <label index="list_options.description">Enable the &quot;Extended view&quot; mode to see additional control buttons for each record in the listing. Enable the &quot;Clipboard&quot; to see the clipboard and its content.</label>
145 <label index="_list_options.seeAlso">xMOD_csh_corebe:list_module,
146 xMOD_csh_corebe:list_clipboard,
147 xMOD_csh_corebe:filelist_options</label>
148 <label index="_list_options.image">EXT:lang/cshimages/core_18.png,
149 EXT:lang/cshimages/core_19.png,</label>
150 <label index="list_options.image_descr">The options checkboxes.
151 Selecting &quot;Extended view&quot; will enable the control buttons in the record lists.</label>
152 <label index="new_regular.alttitle">Create new record</label>
153 <label index="new_regular.description">This list shows the types of records (database tables) you can create on the page. Click a table name to select the type.</label>
154 <label index="_new_regular.seeAlso">xMOD_csh_corebe:new_ce,
155 xMOD_csh_corebe:new_pages</label>
156 <label index="_new_regular.image">EXT:lang/cshimages/core_70.png</label>
157 <label index="new_regular.image_descr">The selection of records a user can create on this particular page. The selection depends on the users permissions and the page type. For example a SysFolder page type can contain any kind of record while regular pages can contain only some types (like content elements).</label>
158 <label index="new_pages.alttitle">Create new page wizard</label>
159 <label index="new_pages.description">Creating a new page means you have to find a position for it in the page tree. This wizard helps you find this position easily by clicking the flashing arrow pointing to the position you want.</label>
160 <label index="_new_pages.seeAlso">xMOD_csh_corebe:new_regular,
161 xMOD_csh_corebe:new_ce,
162 How to create a new page | http://typo3.org/documentation/document-library/doc_tut_quickstart/New_page/</label>
163 <label index="_new_pages.image">EXT:lang/cshimages/core_20.png,
164 EXT:lang/cshimages/core_21.png,</label>
165 <label index="new_pages.image_descr">Between each page in the tree you find small icons that point out a place for a new page. Select a position by clicking one of these icons.
166 To access the &quot;Create new page wizard&quot; in the first place, just click the link in the Create new record dialog.</label>
167 <label index="new_ce.alttitle">Create new Content Element Wizard</label>
168 <label index="new_ce.description">Content Elements come in many flavors and inserting new content on a page means you have to select the right element type. This wizard helps you to pick a main type of element before you actually begin to enter content.</label>
169 <label index="new_ce.details">Selecting an element type here will just preset the content element with certain values. You can always change the values later and if you cannot find exactly the type you need you can just pick the one that comes closest to your need, then adjust the details later.</label>
170 <label index="_new_ce.seeAlso">xMOD_csh_corebe:new_pages,
171 xMOD_csh_corebe:new_regular,
172 How to create new page content | http://typo3.org/documentation/document-library/doc_tut_quickstart/New_page/
173 More about Content Element types | http://typo3.org/documentation/document-library/doc_tut_quickstart/Content_element_type/
174 Adding Custom elements [Technical] | http://typo3.org/documentation/document-library/doc_core_api/Adding_elements_to_t/</label>
175 <label index="_new_ce.image">EXT:lang/cshimages/core_22.png,
176 EXT:lang/cshimages/core_23.png,
177 EXT:lang/cshimages/core_24.png,</label>
178 <label index="new_ce.image_descr">The Content Element wizard presents a set of preset types. Just select one by clicking its title.
179 After selecting the type you will (often) have to select a position of the element among the other existing Content Elements on the page.
180 You can access the Content Element wizard from the Create new record dialog.</label>
181 <label index="move_el_pages.alttitle">Move page wizard</label>
182 <label index="move_el_pages.description">By this wizard you can visually re-position (or copy) a page inside TYPO3. The element you move is shown in the top.</label>
183 <label index="move_el_pages.details">As an alternative to using the regular Copy/Cut/Paste functions in the clickmenus of records you can also use the move-page wizard. It lets you re-position a page by a visual view of the page tree rather than using the concept of &quot;Paste into&quot; and &quot;Paste after&quot;.</label>
184 <label index="_move_el_pages.seeAlso">xMOD_csh_corebe:move_el_cs,
185 xMOD_csh_corebe:new_pages,
186 Moving pages | http://typo3.org/documentation/document-library/doc_tut_quickstart/Move_page/</label>
187 <label index="_move_el_pages.image">EXT:lang/cshimages/core_27.png,
188 EXT:lang/cshimages/core_28.png,</label>
189 <label index="move_el_pages.image_descr">The wizard works like when you create new pages with the wizard; You position the element by the grey arrows.
190 To access the &quot;Move page wizard&quot; you open the clickmenu of the page, select &quot;More options...&quot; and then &quot;Move page&quot;. Alternatively you can click the &quot;Move page&quot; icon in the &quot;Extended view&quot; of the Web&gt;List module.</label>
191 <label index="move_el_cs.alttitle">Move Content Element Wizard</label>
192 <label index="move_el_cs.description">By this wizard you can visually re-position (or copy) a Content Element inside TYPO3. The element you move is shown in the top.</label>
193 <label index="move_el_cs.details">By the grey icons in the content element list you can point out the new position of the content element. If you need to move the element to another page, simply browse the page tree in the bottom of the wizard.</label>
194 <label index="_move_el_cs.seeAlso">xMOD_csh_corebe:move_el_pages,
195 xMOD_csh_corebe:new_regular</label>
196 <label index="_move_el_cs.image">EXT:lang/cshimages/core_25.png,
197 EXT:lang/cshimages/core_26.png,</label>
198 <label index="move_el_cs.image_descr">The wizard works like when you create new Content Elements with the wizard; You position the element by the grey arrows.
199 To access the &quot;Move Content Element Wizard&quot; you click the &quot;Move element&quot; icon in the &quot;Extended view&quot; of the Web&gt;List module.</label>
200 <label index="history_log.alttitle">History log</label>
201 <label index="history_log.description">The History log gives you a visual overview of the changes that has happened to the element over the last editing operations. You can roll back changes to any state by using the icons in the interface.</label>
202 <label index="history_log.details">By default 20 states of history data is preserved in TYPO3 and after a week it expires. The history is very useful for tracking changes to a record since you can see which user did what at which point in time - and roll back any changes you didn't like.
203 If you click the roll-back pencil you will revert the element to the state it had at that particular time.
204 If you click the Info icon you will see in detail what the difference is from current time to this state of the element.
205
206 &lt;b&gt;Configuring levels and expire times [for admins]&lt;/b&gt;
207 If you want to extend the number of history states to above the default 20 you can easily do so using Page TSconfig - meaning that it can even depend on the branch of the page tree where the record is stored! See link below.
208
209 &lt;b&gt;Notice:&lt;/b&gt; If you do not see red/green difference values, the server TYPO3 runs on does not support making difference views or it has been incorrectly configured to provide this feature.</label>
210 <label index="_history_log.seeAlso">xMOD_csh_corebe:history_sum,
211 Configuring History using Page TSconfig | http://typo3.org/documentation/document-library/doc_core_tsconfig/MOD/
212 Undo/History article | http://typo3.org/documentation/tips-tricks/the-undohistory-feature/</label>
213 <label index="_history_log.image">EXT:lang/cshimages/core_37.png,
214 EXT:lang/cshimages/core_38.png</label>
215 <label index="history_log.image_descr">You can access the History/Undo log from the Web&gt;List module when in &quot;Extended view&quot; mode. Alternatively you can access it under &quot;More options...&quot; in the clickmenu of an element.
216 The History log shows visually the changes between each step of editing.</label>
217 <label index="history_sum.alttitle">History Summary</label>
218 <label index="history_sum.description">This shows the total difference between the selected state in history to the current state of this element.</label>
219 <label index="history_sum.details">You can browse forth and back in the history using the arrow buttons in the upper left corner. You can also save a state in history by the little &quot;disk-icon&quot;.
220 Finally you can revert either the whole record to this state in history by the revert icon in the top &lt;em&gt;or&lt;/em&gt; you can revert only a single field if you like to by clicking the revert icon displayed for each field.
221
222 &lt;b&gt;Notice:&lt;/b&gt; If you do not see red/green difference values, the server TYPO3 runs on does not support making difference views or it has been incorrectly configured to provide this feature.</label>
223 <label index="_history_sum.seeAlso">xMOD_csh_corebe:history_entry,
224 Undo/History article | http://typo3.org/documentation/tips-tricks/the-undohistory-feature/</label>
225 <label index="_history_sum.image">EXT:lang/cshimages/core_39.png</label>
226 <label index="history_sum.image_descr">The Info view of a state in history shows the &quot;sum&quot; of changes from current time to that point in history for the element.</label>
227 <label index="history_entry.alttitle">Log entry history</label>
228 <label index="history_entry.description">This view displays the changes made to the content element for the log entry you clicked. The red and green values in the text shows the previous/new values of the record.</label>
229 <label index="history_entry.details">&lt;b&gt;Notice:&lt;/b&gt; If you do not see red/green difference values, the server TYPO3 runs on does not support making difference views or it has been incorrectly configured to provide this feature.</label>
230 <label index="_history_entry.image">EXT:lang/cshimages/core_40.png</label>
231 <label index="TCEforms.alttitle">TYPO3 Editing Forms</label>
232 <label index="TCEforms.description">All records in TYPO3 is edited through a standardized form interface like the one you see here. No matter if you edit pages, content elements, guestbook items or user records you will use the same familiar interface.</label>
233 <label index="TCEforms.details">&lt;b&gt;Saving content&lt;/b&gt;
234 Just press one of the save-buttons in the top of bottom of the form. There are some variants allowing you to &quot;Save and close document&quot; or &quot;Save document and View page&quot;. The latter will save the document and open a new window where the affected page is shown (be sure to disable pop-up blockers for this function!)
235
236 &lt;b&gt;Secondary options (palettes)&lt;/b&gt;
237 Fields in the editing forms are prioritized so that certain fields of generally lesser interest is moved to a so called &quot;palette&quot;. By default it means that the fields appears in the top frame when you enter the field to which the secondary fields are associated. But you can also enable the fields to be shown in the main form which is more convenient some times - just select the &quot;Show secondary options&quot; checkbox (bottom of page).
238
239 &lt;b&gt;Editing multiple records at a time&lt;/b&gt;
240 From the Web&gt;List module you can activate editing of multiple records at a time. This is done when you list a single table and enable multiple columns for display (see Web&gt;List module for details) - then icons will link you to a form with multiple records displayed, possibly with only certain fields available for editing.
241
242 &lt;b&gt;Frontend Editing&lt;/b&gt;
243 Another way of editing records in TYPO3 is using the website frontend. Depending on your user credentials you will see small pencil icons in the frontend. When you click these you will be guided to a form where you can also change the content.
244
245 &lt;b&gt;Customize the forms [for Admins]&lt;/b&gt;
246 You can customize the TCEforms in many ways using User TSconfig and Page TSconfig. See links below.</label>
247 <label index="_TCEforms.seeAlso">Editing pages | http://typo3.org/documentation/document-library/doc_tut_quickstart/Edit_page/
248 Frontend Editing | http://typo3.org/documentation/document-library/doc_tut_quickstart/Frontend_editing/,
249 xMOD_csh_corebe:list_module
250 User TSconfig related to forms | http://typo3.org/documentation/document-library/doc_core_tsconfig/OPTIONS/
251 Page TSconfig related to forms | http://typo3.org/documentation/document-library/doc_core_tsconfig/RTE/
252 Linking to the edit forms [Technical] | http://typo3.org/documentation/document-library/doc_core_api/Links_to_edit_record/</label>
253 <label index="_TCEforms.image">EXT:lang/cshimages/core_30.png,
254 EXT:lang/cshimages/core_29.png,
255 EXT:lang/cshimages/core_32.png,
256 EXT:lang/cshimages/core_33.png,
257 EXT:lang/cshimages/core_31.png,</label>
258 <label index="TCEforms.image_descr">This is how a typical record is edited in TYPO3. The form display is standardized for all types of records. You will always see the same buttons in the top for saving or closing. In the blue bar you will see the type of record (table name) and the ID number that each record has (uid). Here the record is a page with ID &quot;2&quot; and the title &quot;Content Elements&quot;.
259 In the bottom of the editing page you will find additional options for the interface. You can select &quot;Show field descriptions&quot; if you want a small text shown for each element that explains what it is used for. Also &quot;Show secondary options&quot; is very important since it will show additional form fields in the main forms (from &quot;palettes&quot;).
260 Here &quot;Show secondary options (palettes)&quot; is enabled. The result is that a number of additional fields of &quot;lower priority&quot; is shown under the &quot;Pagetitle&quot; field.
261 The &quot;additional fields&quot; from the example above is located in a so called &quot;palette&quot; which is normally shown in the top frame when &quot;Show secondary options&quot; is disabled. Whether you prefer the one or the other solution is your choice.
262 This is an example of three Content Elements being edited at the same time. You can edit multiple records by using the links from the Web&gt;List module in single-table mode. Notice that not only are three records shown at the same time - it is also a limited number of fields shown for editing, here &quot;Header&quot; and &quot;Hide&quot;. You can combine this almost any way you like. This is of course very useful if you need to edit only the header of multiple records.</label>
263 <label index="TCEforms_docSelector.alttitle">Document Selector</label>
264 <label index="TCEforms_docSelector.description">Here you can switch between &quot;open documents&quot; in TYPO3.</label>
265 <label index="_TCEforms_docSelector.image">EXT:lang/cshimages/core_35.png,</label>
266 <label index="TCEforms_cacheSelector.alttitle">Forms Menu</label>
267 <label index="TCEforms_cacheSelector.description">This is alternative ways to select &quot;Save&quot;/&quot;Close&quot; operations for records. You can also select &quot;clear-cache&quot; operations if you are allowed access to them.</label>
268 <label index="TCEforms_cacheSelector.details">Clearing the cache for pages and clearing all cache can be done from this menu as well. If you wonder why content on the frontend webpage seems to be different from what is in the database you might need to clear the page cache by using one of these options.
269 If cache options are not available for you, you should ask your administrator to enable it for you. (Admins: See link below to TSconfig.)</label>
270 <label index="_TCEforms_cacheSelector.seeAlso">User TSconfig (See &quot;clearCache.pages/.all&quot;) | http://typo3.org/documentation/document-library/doc_core_tsconfig/OPTIONS/</label>
271 <label index="_TCEforms_cacheSelector.image">EXT:lang/cshimages/core_36.png,</label>
272 <label index="perm_module.alttitle">Viewing page permissions</label>
273 <label index="perm_module.description">This view will tell you about the page permissions in the page tree.</label>
274 <label index="perm_module.details">There are two modes you can select:
275
276 &lt;b&gt;User overview:&lt;/b&gt;
277 This will show you the permissions for &lt;em&gt;your&lt;/em&gt; login. So the green/red indicators will reflect the combined user/group/everyone permissions that apply to your login!
278 If there is a grey background behind the indicators it tells you that you are the owner of the page.
279
280 &lt;b&gt;Permissions&lt;/b&gt;
281 Shows the permissions settings for owner / group / everybody. You will be able to edit these settings by clicking the edit icon next to the page title. Only an owner of a page (or the &quot;Admin&quot;-user) can change permissions for the page.</label>
282 <label index="_perm_module.seeAlso">xMOD_csh_corebe:perm_module_setting,
283 User Management Howto | http://typo3.org/documentation/document-library/doc_tut_quickstart/Setting_up_user_perm/
284 Permission system in TYPO3 [Technical] | http://typo3.org/documentation/document-library/doc_core_inside/Access_Control_optio/,
285 _MOD_user_setup:option_helpText</label>
286 <label index="_perm_module.image">EXT:lang/cshimages/core_43.png,
287 EXT:lang/cshimages/core_41.png,</label>
288 <label index="perm_module_setting.alttitle">Setting permissions for a page</label>
289 <label index="perm_module_setting.description">Select the owner user and group plus the permissions for each in the matrix. Only an owner of a page (or the &quot;Admin&quot;-user) can change permissions for the page.</label>
290 <label index="perm_module_setting.details">Setting permissions is done in five categories for owner / group / everybody so it works much like permissions for files and folders in many operating systems.
291
292 &lt;b&gt;Show page&lt;/b&gt;
293 If set, a user can see the page and its content in the backend. The user can also copy the content but not move, delete or edit.
294
295 &lt;b&gt;Edit content&lt;/b&gt;
296 Allows users to add, delete, change and move records (other than page records) on this page. This permission must be given if users should be allowed to create Content Elements etc. on the page.
297
298 &lt;b&gt;Edit page&lt;/b&gt;
299 Allows a user to edit the page record itself. This could be changing the page title or moving the page to another location.
300
301 &lt;b&gt;Delete page&lt;/b&gt;
302 If set, a user is allowed to delete the page and the content on the page.
303
304 &lt;b&gt;New pages&lt;/b&gt;
305 Allows users to create sub-pages to this page.</label>
306 <label index="_perm_module_setting.seeAlso">xMOD_csh_corebe:perm_module,
307 User Management Howto | http://typo3.org/documentation/document-library/doc_tut_quickstart/Setting_up_user_perm/</label>
308 <label index="_perm_module_setting.image">EXT:lang/cshimages/core_42.png</label>
309 <label index="perm_module_setting.image_descr">In this matrix you can set permissions for owner, group and everybody in the five categories available.</label>
310 <label index="filelist_module.alttitle">File &gt; Filelist module</label>
311 <label index="filelist_module.description">Shows the files and folders from the folder title you have clicked in the folder tree. Click the icons of the files and folders to perform various actions on the elements.</label>
312 <label index="filelist_module.details">The File &gt; Filelist module provides the main interface to the web-based &quot;FTP-features&quot; in TYPO3. Clicking a folder in the navigation frame will display the files in that folder in the list frame to the right.
313
314 If you click the icon of a file you will see a menu pop up with menu items related to the file or folder. This enables you to edit, rename and copy files to name a few.
315
316 &lt;b&gt;The &quot;TEMP&quot; folder&lt;/b&gt;
317 There is a special folder, the &quot;TEMP&quot; folder. This is meant to be used for temporary uploads of files that are going to be attached to TYPO3 records later. Content in the TEMP folder should be possible to flush once in a while when the folder becomes too crowded with files. So don't store persistent data in there!
318 The actual folder name is actually &quot;_temp_&quot;. The interface will just interprete this with &quot;TEMP&quot; in bold.
319 The same applies to folders named &quot;_recycler_&quot; - they will be trash cans in the folder tree.</label>
320 <label index="_filelist_module.seeAlso">xMOD_csh_corebe:list_module,
321 xMOD_csh_corebe:filetree,
322 be_groups:file_mountpoints,
323 sys_filemounts</label>
324 <label index="_filelist_module.image">EXT:lang/cshimages/core_47.png,
325 EXT:lang/cshimages/core_49.png</label>
326 <label index="filelist_module.image_descr">Here the content of the TEMP folder is shown in the list frame. You can see the filetype, the modification time, size of the file. If you click the filename you will open the file in the browser (if the path is in the web-root).
327 When you click a file icon you see a context menu appear over it. Here you can perform file operations on the item.</label>
328 <label index="filelist_clipboard.alttitle">Filelist Clipboard</label>
329 <label index="filelist_clipboard.description">The TYPO3 clipboard works for files as well as for database records (see the Web&gt;List module). You only need to enable the clipboard if you want to use the numeric clipboard pads.</label>
330 <label index="_filelist_clipboard.seeAlso">xMOD_csh_corebe:list_clipboard,
331 About the Clipboard [Technical] | http://typo3.org/documentation/document-library/doc_core_inside/Clipboard/</label>
332 <label index="_filelist_clipboard.image">EXT:lang/cshimages/core_44.png,
333 EXT:lang/cshimages/core_46.png</label>
334 <label index="filelist_clipboard.image_descr">This shows the &quot;Normal&quot; pad on the clipboard. Here an image is now stored. The &quot;Thumbnails&quot; button of the clipboard is enabled so you will see the image icon.
335 When the numeric clipboard pads are enabled you will be able to place multiple items on the clipboard at one time. If the items selected are found in the current folder you can also see the selection reflected in the checkboxes of the items. To paste the contents into a file folder you use the paste icons available in the Filelist module.</label>
336 <label index="filelist_options.alttitle">File &gt; Filelist options</label>
337 <label index="filelist_options.description">You can enable the display of image thumbnails and show the clipboard if you need to copy/cut/paste multiple files or folders at a time.</label>
338 <label index="_filelist_options.seeAlso">xMOD_csh_corebe:list_options,
339 _MOD_user_setup:option_showThumbs,
340 xMOD_csh_corebe:filelist_clipboard</label>
341 <label index="_filelist_options.image">EXT:lang/cshimages/core_48.png</label>
342 <label index="filelist_options.image_descr">Enabling thumbnails means that all image file types will be displayed with their thumbnails. This makes it easy to browse an archive of files.</label>
343 <label index="file_edit.alttitle">Editing a file</label>
344 <label index="file_edit.description">You can edit the contents of a text file with this dialog.</label>
345 <label index="_file_edit.seeAlso">xMOD_csh_corebe:filelist_module</label>
346 <label index="_file_edit.image">EXT:lang/cshimages/core_50.png</label>
347 <label index="file_edit.image_descr">The editing form for a file is this simple textarea field. It's nothing fancy and experienced coders will miss such as TAB-functionality, but it can edit a stylesheet if badly needed...</label>
348 <label index="file_newfolder.alttitle">Creating a new folder</label>
349 <label index="file_newfolder.description">Enter a name for a new file folder in the tree here. If you want to create multiple folders, please select the number of new folders before entering folder names.</label>
350 <label index="_file_newfolder.seeAlso">xMOD_csh_corebe:filelist_module,
351 xMOD_csh_corebe:file_newfile,
352 xMOD_csh_corebe:file_rename</label>
353 <label index="_file_newfolder.image">EXT:lang/cshimages/core_51.png,
354 EXT:lang/cshimages/core_52.png,
355 EXT:lang/cshimages/core_53.png,</label>
356 <label index="file_newfolder.image_descr">To create a new folder you first click the parent folder icon in the folder tree.
357 As the next step you select the number of folders to create and then you enter the new folder names.
358 After pressing the &quot;Create folders&quot; button the folders will appear in the folder tree when you reload it.</label>
359 <label index="file_newfile.alttitle">Creating a new file</label>
360 <label index="file_newfile.description">Enter a filename here if you want to create a new text-based file. Notice that it must have one of the endings in the list of text-endings shown above (except &quot;php&quot; endings).</label>
361 <label index="file_newfile.details">Newly created files will have the size of 0 (zero). After creating a new file it would be natural that you wanted to edit the file to put content into it. This is done simply by clicking the icon of the file and select &quot;Edit&quot; from the clickmenu.</label>
362 <label index="_file_newfile.seeAlso">xMOD_csh_corebe:file_edit,
363 xMOD_csh_corebe:filelist_module,
364 xMOD_csh_corebe:file_newfolder,
365 xMOD_csh_corebe:file_rename</label>
366 <label index="_file_newfile.image">EXT:lang/cshimages/core_51.png,
367 EXT:lang/cshimages/core_54.png,
368 EXT:lang/cshimages/core_55.png,</label>
369 <label index="file_newfile.image_descr">To create a new file, first click the folder icon where you want to create the file. Select &quot;New&quot;.
370 Then enter the filename in the dialog in the right frame.
371 After pressing &quot;Create file&quot; you will see a new, empty file in the folder you selected.</label>
372 <label index="file_rename.alttitle">Rename a file or folder</label>
373 <label index="file_rename.description">You can rename files or folders in TYPO3 quite easily. Just notice that certain characters are not allowed. So use a-z, numbers, underscores and don't make the names too long. If you enter invalid characters it will be automatically corrected.</label>
374 <label index="_file_rename.seeAlso">xMOD_csh_corebe:filelist_module</label>
375 <label index="_file_rename.image">EXT:lang/cshimages/core_56.png,
376 EXT:lang/cshimages/core_57.png,</label>
377 <label index="file_rename.image_descr">To rename a file (or folder for that sake) just click the icon of it, select &quot;Rename&quot; and enter the new name.
378 Notice that restrictions may apply on filenaming, for instance &quot;.php&quot; is usually not a valid extension of a filename for security reasons.</label>
379 <label index="file_upload.alttitle">Uploading files.</label>
380 <label index="file_upload.description">Here you can upload one or more files to the server. Start by selecting the number of files to upload, then you begin to select files from your local computer to upload.</label>
381 <label index="file_upload.details">If the filenames you upload exist already they will be renamed with a numeric suffix, eg. &quot;file_01.jpg&quot;. However you can avoid this behaviour if you select &quot;Overwrite existing files&quot; before pressing the &quot;Upload&quot; button.
382
383 Normally there is a limit to the size of files you can upload. By default PHP will allow you to upload around 2MB. TYPO3 is configured to allow 10MB internally by default. These settings can be changed by your server administrator if you need them changed.
384
385 Notice that file uploads may take a significant amount of time, even if you have fast internet access via DSL etc. If you have large amount of files you want to upload - or if the files are very large - you should consider using an FTP client instead. It depends not on TYPO3 but on the webserver whether this is an options for you.</label>
386 <label index="_file_upload.seeAlso">xMOD_csh_corebe:filelist_module,
387 Howto upload files | http://typo3.org/documentation/document-library/doc_tut_quickstart/Uploading_images_to/</label>
388 <label index="_file_upload.image">EXT:lang/cshimages/core_58.png,
389 EXT:lang/cshimages/core_59.png,</label>
390 <label index="file_upload.image_descr">To upload files, first click the folder icon where you want to upload to. From the clickmenu you select &quot;Upload files&quot;.
391 In the next screen you select the number of files and click the &quot;Browse...&quot; buttons to select files from your computer. Finally you click the &quot;Upload files&quot; button to start the upload process (which might take some minutes with large files!)</label>
392 <label index="wizard_forms_wiz.alttitle">Forms Wizard</label>
393 <label index="wizard_forms_wiz.description">The Form Wizard enables you to create form elements through a nice interface rather than &quot;coding&quot; a certain syntax for the elements.</label>
394 <label index="wizard_forms_wiz.details">To the left in the form wizard you can add, delete and move items in the form around.
395 In the Element Type column you can select between various kinds of form elements such as regular input fields, text areas, selector boxes, checkboxes etc. Each form element also has a label field where you can enter a title for the field. Some fields also provide the possibility of checking for &quot;required&quot; values.
396 In the &quot;Detailed&quot; configuration column the options will depend on the form field type selected in the &quot;Element type&quot; column. The options here can be to enter elements for a selector box or enter the width of an input field. The &quot;Field:&quot; box is important since it defines the technical name of the form field. This is the name that people will see when they receive an email from the mail form.
397
398 &lt;b&gt;Custom applications of the form wizard&lt;/b&gt;
399 The most typical application of the Form wizard is with Content Elements of the type &quot;Form&quot; but the wizard can be used for other custom applications as well. Technical details about this is available in the links below.</label>
400 <label index="_wizard_forms_wiz.seeAlso">xMOD_csh_corebe:wizard_table_wiz,
401 Form Wizard details [Technical]| http://typo3.org/documentation/document-library/doc_core_api/Wizards_Configuratio/,</label>
402 <label index="_wizard_forms_wiz.image">EXT:lang/cshimages/core_60.png,
403 EXT:lang/cshimages/core_69.png,</label>
404 <label index="wizard_forms_wiz.image_descr">This is how the form wizard looks in action. Using the form fields for setting up forms rather than coding them is much easier.
405 Usually you enter the Form Wizard by clicking the form wizard icon next for a text field like this. Notice the contents of the field to the left of the icon - this is the &quot;raw codes&quot; that the Form Wizard saves you from editing manually!</label>
406 <label index="wizard_forms_wiz_buttons.alttitle">Form Wizard buttons</label>
407 <label index="wizard_forms_wiz_buttons.description">Use the refresh button to update the form (without saving it), for instance if you changed a field type or so. When you are done you should click one of the real save buttons to save and return to the form from which you entered the wizard. The information from this wizard should then be saved into the field the wizard was associated with.</label>
408 <label index="_wizard_forms_wiz_buttons.image">EXT:lang/cshimages/core_62.png,</label>
409 <label index="wizard_forms_wiz_formmail_info.alttitle">Mailform Info Fields</label>
410 <label index="wizard_forms_wiz_formmail_info.description">These fields specifically apply to the usage of the form wizard with Content Elements of the type &quot;Form&quot;. They allow you to enter information like the subject line of the email sent, the recipient address and whether the sent email should be in HTML or not.</label>
411 <label index="wizard_forms_wiz_formmail_info.details">Notice: In order to enter a recipient address you need access to the &quot;Subheader&quot; field in the Content Elements. Yes, its quite strange, but so it is. Ask your administrator for access if you don't have it.</label>
412 <label index="_wizard_forms_wiz_formmail_info.seeAlso">Howto create Mail Forms | http://typo3.org/documentation/document-library/doc_tut_quickstart/Email_form/</label>
413 <label index="_wizard_forms_wiz_formmail_info.image">EXT:lang/cshimages/core_61.png,</label>
414 <label index="wizard_table_wiz.alttitle">Table wizard</label>
415 <label index="wizard_table_wiz.description">The table wizard helps you create tables that are normally stored in the database by XML or a syntax where each line represents a row and each cell is divided by a vertical line sign, &quot;|&quot;. This wizard makes it transparent for you.</label>
416 <label index="wizard_table_wiz.details">The wizard is quite simple. By the buttons to the left and in the bottom you can add, delete and move columns and rows in the table.
417 You can also disable the setting &quot;Small fields&quot; below the wizard if you want larger textarea fields for the editing.</label>
418 <label index="_wizard_table_wiz.seeAlso">xMOD_csh_corebe:wizard_forms_wiz,
419 Table Wizard details [Technical]| http://typo3.org/documentation/document-library/doc_core_api/Wizard_scripts_in_th/</label>
420 <label index="_wizard_table_wiz.image">EXT:lang/cshimages/core_63.png</label>
421 <label index="wizard_table_wiz_buttons.alttitle">Table wizard buttons</label>
422 <label index="wizard_table_wiz_buttons.description">Use the refresh button to update the form without saving it. When you are done you should click one of the real save buttons to save and return to the form from which you entered the wizard. The information from this wizard should then be saved into the field the wizard was associated with.</label>
423 <label index="_wizard_table_wiz_buttons.image">EXT:lang/cshimages/core_62.png</label>
424 <label index="shortcuts.alttitle">Backend Shortcuts</label>
425 <label index="shortcuts.description">You can create shortcuts to modules in TYPO3 quite easily. The treat is that you can jump between screens in TYPO3 in &lt;em&gt;one&lt;/em&gt; click rather than multiple clicks through backend modules etc. The frame also contains a field for entering a page or record id to edit or just search records.</label>
426 <label index="shortcuts.details">In order to create a shortcut it must be supported by the module you want to create the shortcut to. Whether shortcuts are supported can be seen in the bottom of a module. If there is a small &quot;shortcut&quot; icon you can click it to create the shortcut.
427
428 In the shortcut frame you can also enter a page id to edit in the &quot;Edit Page ID&quot; box. This will load the current page module with the id provided in the box.
429
430 Only &quot;Admin&quot;-users can access the shortcut frame in TYPO3 by default. Other users must have it enabled by the User TSconfig option, &quot;options.shortcutFrame = 1&quot;. See link below for details (Admins).
431
432 Editing pages from an id is easy with the shortcut frame. Simply enter an integer number and that page will be loaded for editing. If you enter &quot;[table]:[id]&quot; then it will try to edit a record from the [table] table, for example &quot;tt_content:123&quot; will look for content element 123 (for admins only). Finally, if you enter a string that doesn't match a page or other record the Web&gt;List module will be invoked doing a search in the first database mount you have.</label>
433 <label index="_shortcuts.seeAlso">User TSconfig -&gt;SETUP | http://typo3.org/documentation/document-library/doc_core_tsconfig/OPTIONS/</label>
434 <label index="_shortcuts.image">EXT:lang/cshimages/core_64.png,
435 EXT:lang/cshimages/core_65.png,
436 EXT:lang/cshimages/core_67.png,
437 EXT:lang/cshimages/core_68.png,</label>
438 <label index="shortcuts.image_descr">To create a shortcut to a page, just click the short cut icon usually found in the bottom of pages.
439 You will have to confirm the creation of the shortcut. It is nothing dangerous - only annoying to clean up if you happen to create shortcuts against your own will. Just answer &quot;OK&quot; here.
440 When you answer &quot;OK&quot; you should immediately see the shortcut frame reload and a new icon (the module icon) appear. If you click this icon you will now jump to the page you created the shortcut from!
441 You can name shortcuts, you can even group them and share them. If you want to edit or delete a shortcut you select the &quot;Edit&quot; checkbox and then click the shortcut icon. This will reload the shortcut frame so you get a field for entering a title. You can also delete all shortcuts in a &quot;group&quot; - here, just click the &quot;0&quot; (zero) to the left of the icons and you will remove all shortcuts in the group.</label>
442 <label index="workspaceSelector.alttitle">Workspace Selector</label>
443 <label index="workspaceSelector.description">By this selectorbox you can switch between the workspaces available to you. When you switch workspace the whole backend will reload.</label>
444 <label index="workspaceSelector.details">There are two basic workspace types in TYPO3: The &quot;Live&quot; workspace and a number of &quot;Draft&quot; workspaces.
445 When working in the Live workspace all changes you make will take immediate effect. This is the default and traditional state of operation in TYPO3.
446 When working in the default Draft workspace or any customly created workspaces changes are not applied to the live website but rather made through new versions of any element editable. Since versioning doesn't apply to all elements in TYPO3 there are limitations to what can be done in draft workspaces; Only elements with versioning support can be edited and everything else is read-only. Draft workspaces allow preview in the frontend. When changes are final in a draft workspace they can be published into the live workspace.</label>
447 </languageKey>
448 </data>
449 </T3locallang>