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2 <T3locallang>
3 <meta type="array">
4 <description>CSH for Content Elements table.</description>
5 <type>CSH</type>
6 <csh_table>tt_content</csh_table>
7 </meta>
8 <data type="array">
9 <languageKey index="default" type="array">
10 <label index=".description">All visible content on webpages in TYPO3 is typically made by &quot;Pagecontent&quot; records. They are typically referred to as &quot;Content Elements&quot;. Often Content Elements are managed by the &quot;Page&quot; module which is designed to handle Content Elements in multiple columns and languages.</label>
11 <label index=".details">&quot;Pagecontent&quot; records is ordered and can thus be rearranged. Also notice that the &quot;Language&quot; and &quot;Column&quot; selector of the &quot;Pagecontent&quot; records determines where and in which situation they appear. If you do not change the value of the &quot;Language&quot; and &quot;Column&quot; selectors you are most sure that the element will appear by default.</label>
12 <label index="_.seeAlso">Page Content principles | http://typo3.org/documentation/document-library/doc_tut_quickstart/Page_content/,
13 _MOD_web_layout</label>
14 <label index="_.image">EXT:context_help/cshimages/ttcontent_1.png,
15 EXT:context_help/cshimages/ttcontent_2.png,
16 EXT:context_help/cshimages/ttcontent_3.png</label>
17 <label index=".image_descr">The Page module is used to manage Content Elements effectively as they appear arranged in columns and languages.
18 A Content Element has a large editing form with many options. The &quot;Type&quot; determines which options are visible.
19 In the frontend - on the webpage - a Content Element like the above could look like this.</label>
20 <label index="CType.description">Select the kind of page content this element represents. New options will appear when you save the record.</label>
21 <label index="CType.details">The 'Type' of content you select determines which options you have in the editform, so make sure to save the record before you make changes.
23 This is a description of the various types:
25 &lt;strong&gt;Header&lt;/strong&gt;
26 This type allows you insert a standard content element header and nothing more.
27 Almost all the other types described below also includes the header with the exact same options. So the Header type just provides a way to insert a header &lt;em&gt;only&lt;/em&gt; without anything else.
29 &lt;strong&gt;Text&lt;/strong&gt;
30 The Text type allows you to insert regular page content.
32 &lt;strong&gt;Text w/image&lt;/strong&gt;
33 This is the same as the Text type (regular page content) but with the option of attaching images.
35 &lt;strong&gt;Image&lt;/strong&gt;
36 The same as Text w/image but without the text field - so only images.
38 &lt;strong&gt;Bullet list&lt;/strong&gt;
39 Lets you create a bullet list. Each line in the text-field will appear as a single line in the bulletlist.
41 &lt;strong&gt;Table&lt;/strong&gt;
42 Lets you create &lt;em&gt;simple&lt;/em&gt; tables. Each line represents a tablerow and vertical bars '|' separates each column.
44 &lt;strong&gt;Filelinks&lt;/strong&gt;
45 Allows you to present a list of files for download. You can have thumbnails attached to the list including filesize.
47 &lt;strong&gt;Multimedia&lt;/strong&gt;
48 Lets you insert multimedia elements such as sound, video, java applets and flash animations.
50 &lt;strong&gt;Form&lt;/strong&gt;
51 Lets you create mail forms. There is a special syntax to use when you wish to create form fields.
53 &lt;strong&gt;Search&lt;/strong&gt;
54 This inserts a search box and it will also display the search result if a query is performed to the page.
56 &lt;strong&gt;Login&lt;/strong&gt;
57 Displays a login box for website users. You must create at least one Website user and user group before this makes any sense to use.
59 &lt;strong&gt;Textbox&lt;/strong&gt;
60 This is mainly for customly defined design which includes typically some text and an image. So in other words the function is not generally defined. However the default subtypes will let you choose various ways to display some text with an image.
61 Use only if instructed to.
63 &lt;strong&gt;Menu/Sitemap&lt;/strong&gt;
64 Offers a selection of various link menus and a sitemap you can insert on a page.
66 &lt;strong&gt;Insert records&lt;/strong&gt;
67 This is a placeholder for other records. In other words, by this element you can attach other content elements from elsewhere and thus insert them this page.
69 &lt;strong&gt;Insert plugin&lt;/strong&gt;
70 This will allow you to insert a forum, guestbook, list of addresses, shopping basket etc. The various features are available &lt;em&gt;only&lt;/em&gt; if they are configured correctly in the template of your website. So before you use it, make sure this is the case.
72 &lt;strong&gt;Script&lt;/strong&gt;
73 This is reserved for custom purposes where the template developer can allow you to insert specialized page content by this element type along with a code to identify which special content you want.
75 &lt;strong&gt;HTML&lt;/strong&gt;
76 This is plain HTML content. Everything put here will be displayed directly on the page without any preprocessing.</label>
77 <label index="_CType.seeAlso">tt_content:colPos,
78 tt_content:sys_language_uid,
79 About Content Elements | http://typo3.org/documentation/document-library/doc_tut_quickstart/Content_element_type/</label>
80 <label index="_CType.image">EXT:context_help/cshimages/ttcontent_4.png</label>
81 <label index="hidden.description">Check this box if you wish to hide the content element from being displayed.</label>
82 <label index="_hidden.seeAlso">tt_content:starttime,
83 tt_content:endtime,
84 tt_content:fe_group,
85 tt_content:colPos,
86 tt_content:sys_language_uid</label>
87 <label index="starttime.description">Enter the date from which the content element will be visible.</label>
88 <label index="_starttime.seeAlso">pages:starttime,
89 tt_content:endtime,
90 tt_content:hidden,
91 tt_content:fe_group</label>
92 <label index="endtime.description">Enter the date from which the content element will disappear from the website.</label>
93 <label index="_endtime.seeAlso">pages:endtime,
94 tt_content:starttime,
95 tt_content:hidden,
96 tt_content:fe_group</label>
97 <label index="fe_group.description">Select a Website usergroup which is exclusively allowed to view the element.</label>
98 <label index="fe_group.details">The options in this box depends on which Website usergroups are created and available for you. When you select a user group here, the content element will no longer be visible to users which are not logged in. Only Website users which are logged in and members of the group you selected will be allowed to see the element.
99 If you select &quot;Hide at login&quot; the effect is kind of reversed in that the element &lt;em&gt;disappears&lt;/em&gt; if &lt;em&gt;any&lt;/em&gt; Website user is logged in. This is useful if you want to present information like &quot;How to login&quot; and such which is irrelevant if a user is finally logged in.</label>
100 <label index="_fe_group.seeAlso">tt_content:hidden,
101 tt_content:starttime,
102 tt_content:endtime,
103 pages:fe_group,
104 fe_users,
105 fe_groups</label>
106 <label index="sys_language_uid.description">Select the system language of this element. &lt;strong&gt;Notice&lt;/strong&gt; this will affect whether the element is visible.</label>
107 <label index="sys_language_uid.details">This allows you to assign a specific language to the content element. If you select anything but the default value, the element will &lt;em&gt;not&lt;/em&gt; be visible unless the language assigned is also configured by the TypoScript template.
108 The available system languages are created by the administrator.</label>
109 <label index="_sys_language_uid.seeAlso">tt_content:colPos,
110 sys_language,
111 Localization concepts [Technical] | http://typo3.org/documentation/tips-tricks/multi-language-sites-in-typo3/,
112 _MOD_web_layout:language_list</label>
113 <label index="layout.description">Select a layout.</label>
114 <label index="layout.details">This option is not used in the default templates but may be used by any custom rendering.
116 There are a number of default implementations depending on the content element type:
118 &lt;b&gt;&quot;Filelinks&quot;:&lt;/b&gt;
119 &quot;Normal&quot; will provide a list of filelinks with no thumbnail.
120 &quot;Layout 1&quot; adds a file icon to the left of the link
121 &quot;Layout 2&quot; adds a thumbnail if the file is an image file and if not an icon. A black border is wrapped around.
122 &quot;Layout 3&quot; is like Layout 2, but without the black border.</label>
123 <label index="colPos.description">Select the column position this element. &lt;strong&gt;Notice&lt;/strong&gt; this will affect whether the element is visible.</label>
124 <label index="colPos.details">Most websites use only one column of content. However some templates lets you put content in multiple columns and this option allows you to select another column for the element.
126 &lt;strong&gt;Notice&lt;/strong&gt; that selecting another column than &quot;Normal&quot; will make the content element disappear unless that column is also displayed in the website template. If your content element is 'strangely' not visible please make sure the Column and Language selectors are set correctly.</label>
127 <label index="_colPos.seeAlso">tt_content:sys_language_uid,
128 _MOD_web_layout:columns_multi,
129 _MOD_web_layout:columns_single</label>
130 <label index="date.description">Enter a date to be displayed above the header.</label>
131 <label index="header.description">Enter a headline for the content element.</label>
132 <label index="header.details">Almost all content elements (except the HTML type for instance) will display this header above the content. If you don't want a header displayed, select the header Layout to &quot;Hidden&quot;. Alternatively you can choose not to enter any content in this field.
134 Some content element types do not display the header by default. In those cases the Header field is typically labeled &quot;Name&quot; instead. One of these are the HTML type content element.</label>
135 <label index="_header.seeAlso">tt_content:header_position,
136 tt_content:header_link,
137 tt_content:header_layout,
138 tt_content:date,</label>
139 <label index="_header.image">EXT:context_help/cshimages/ttcontent_6.png</label>
140 <label index="header_position.description">Places the header to the left, centered or to the right.</label>
141 <label index="_header_position.seeAlso">tt_content:header</label>
142 <label index="header_link.description">Creates a link from the header. Insert a page id, email address or URL.</label>
143 <label index="header_link.syntax">If you insert an id-number, eg. &quot;51&quot;, the link will refer to page with id=51 &lt;em&gt;inside&lt;/em&gt; TYPO3.
144 If you insert an email address, eg. &quot;name@my-domain.test&quot;, the link will point to that email address.
145 If you insert an URL or domain, eg. &quot;www.typo3.com&quot; or &quot;http://www.my-domain.org&quot;, the link will point to that website.</label>
146 <label index="_header_link.seeAlso">tt_content:header</label>
147 <label index="header_layout.description">Select a visual design for the header.</label>
148 <label index="header_layout.details">If you select &quot;Default&quot; the standard design (which is one of the layouts 1-5) will be used.
149 Alternatively you can select from Layout 1 through 5 which are configured in the website template with individual visual designs.
150 If you select &quot;Hidden&quot; the header will simply not appear. This is usefull if you wish a header for the content element (in order to identify it in the backend) but do not wish the header to be displayed on the website.</label>
151 <label index="_header_layout.seeAlso">tt_content:header</label>
152 <label index="subheader.description">Enter a subheader. This is displayed below the ordinary headline. If the content element type is &quot;Form&quot; this field is the recipient email.</label>
153 <label index="subheader.details">A subheader is displayed only with the &quot;Header&quot; content element type.
155 &lt;b&gt;Notice:&lt;/b&gt; When using the content element type &quot;Form&quot;, this field is named 'Recipient-email:' and contains the email address of the form mail recipient. It's therefore important to allow access to this field for the users.</label>
156 <label index="_subheader.seeAlso">tt_content:header
157 tt_content:bodytext</label>
158 <label index="bodytext.description">Enter the body text.</label>
159 <label index="bodytext.details">Here you enter the body text of the content element. Usually you can use some HTML formatting tags, if you're using Internet Explorer you can even format the content visually.
160 The field is reused in most other types and so switching between the content element types will bring the value of this field with it.
162 When you're using this field with the &quot;Text&quot; and &quot;Text w/image&quot; types, the content is used as ordinary body text. Each linebreak normally signifies a new paragraph, you can use the special TYPO3 tag, &amp;lt;LINK&amp;gt;, for making links. You can use many HTML tags but there are limitations as well. This will depend on the implementation.
164 &lt;b&gt;Bulletlists:&lt;/b&gt;
165 If the type is &quot;Bulletlist&quot; each line in this field is a bulletlist entry.
167 &lt;b&gt;Tables:&lt;/b&gt;
168 If the type is &quot;Table&quot; each line represents a table row. Within each line you divide the columns by inserting a vertical bar, |. So making a table row with 3 columns could look like &quot;This is column 1 | Column 2 here | Third column!&quot;. Use the table wizard for creating tables - that is much easier than &quot;coding&quot; them.
170 &lt;b&gt;Parameters:&lt;/b&gt;
171 Types like &quot;Script&quot;, &quot;Form&quot; and &quot;Multimedia&quot; use this field for parameters you can pass to the element. And the &quot;HTML&quot; type accepts any input as raw HTML which is simply displayed on the website without any preprocessing.
173 &lt;strong&gt;Rich Text Editor:&lt;/strong&gt;
174 With the types &quot;Text&quot; and &quot;Text w/image&quot; the Rich Text editor is used for editing if your browser supports it and the editor is generally enabled in the system. Be aware that the content is &quot;cleansed&quot; before it goes into the database when you're using the &quot;Text&quot; and &quot;Text w/image&quot; types.
176 &lt;b&gt;Making a mail form:&lt;/b&gt;
177 When you have selected the content element type &quot;Form&quot; you should enter lines of parameters into this field. This is a brief example:
179 Your name: | *name=input,40 | [Enter name!]
180 Your email: | *email=input,40
181 Your address: | address=textarea,40,10
182 Your haircolor: |hair=radio|Blue=blue, Red=red
184 |formtype_mail = submit | Send form
185 |subject=hidden| Enter a subject here!
186 |html_enabled=hidden | 1
188 The first two lines makes input-fields for name and email, both are marked &quot;required&quot; by the * and the name field has a default value of &quot;[Enter name!]&quot;.
189 The third line is a text box and the fourth makes radiobuttons to select haircolor.
190 Then there are three important lines in the end. The first makes a submit button with the label &quot;Send form&quot;, the second line is the subject of the email the receiver gets and the third line makes the form result render in an HTML-table.
191 It is much easier to use the Form Wizard for creating forms.
193 &lt;b&gt;Notice:&lt;/b&gt; Before any form will ever work, you must enter a recipient email address. The &quot;Recipient-email:&quot; field is used for that (this is in fact the Subheader field used!).</label>
194 <label index="_bodytext.seeAlso">tt_content:CType,
195 tt_content:subheader,
196 xMOD_csh_corebe:wizard_forms_wiz,
197 xMOD_csh_corebe:wizard_table_wiz</label>
198 <label index="text_align.description">Places the body text to the left, centered or to the right.</label>
199 <label index="text_align.details">See Pagecontent / Fontface for comments.
200 &lt;b&gt;Notice:&lt;/b&gt; This option is obsolete when you are using CSS for rendering.</label>
201 <label index="_text_align.seeAlso">tt_content:text_face,
202 tt_content:bodytext</label>
203 <label index="text_face.description">Select a font fact family for the body text.</label>
204 <label index="text_face.details">&lt;strong&gt;Notice&lt;/strong&gt; that these options are only meant for special design. The general (default) design should be configured in the template instead. Furthermore you should NOT use these options if your template implements stylesheets and are based on using styles in general.</label>
205 <label index="_text_face.seeAlso">tt_content:text_face,
206 tt_content:bodytext</label>
207 <label index="text_size.description">Select a font size for the body text.</label>
208 <label index="text_size.details">See Pagecontent / Fontface for comments.
209 &lt;b&gt;Notice:&lt;/b&gt; This option is obsolete when you are using CSS for rendering.</label>
210 <label index="_text_size.seeAlso">tt_content:text_face,
211 tt_content:bodytext</label>
212 <label index="text_color.description">Select a color for the body text.</label>
213 <label index="text_color.details">See Pagecontent / Fontface for comments.
214 &lt;b&gt;Notice:&lt;/b&gt; This option is obsolete when you are using CSS for rendering.</label>
215 <label index="_text_color.seeAlso">tt_content:text_face,
216 tt_content:bodytext</label>
217 <label index="text_properties.description">Select additional font properties.</label>
218 <label index="text_properties.details">These options will select font properties for all the body text. However you may wish to mark only a part of the bodytext as bold or underline in which case you should use the formatting options in the Rich Text Editor. Alternatively you can use the HTML tags here:
220 &amp;lt;b&amp;gt;&lt;strong&gt;This is bold&lt;/strong&gt;&amp;lt;b&amp;gt;
221 &amp;lt;i&amp;gt;&lt;em&gt;This is italics&lt;/em&gt;&amp;lt;i&amp;gt;
222 &amp;lt;u&amp;gt;&lt;u&gt;This is underlined&lt;/u&gt;&amp;lt;u&amp;gt;
224 See Pagecontent / Fontface for comments.
225 &lt;b&gt;Notice:&lt;/b&gt; This option is obsolete when you are using CSS for rendering.</label>
226 <label index="_text_properties.seeAlso">tt_content:text_face,
227 tt_content:bodytext</label>
228 <label index="image.description">Insert one or more images.</label>
229 <label index="image.details">You can attach images to the content element and almost as many as you like.
230 Depending on the configuration of TYPO3 you can even attach them in any format you like. Especially you do not need to worry about size and compression because these factors are normally handled by TYPO3 internally.
232 When you use the &quot;Text w/image&quot; type, it's important to select a proper position of the imageblock. For this purpose, use the Position selector which is displayed below (or if you click in the image list field in the Classic backend). See link to &quot;Pagecontent / Position&quot; below.
233 You can also display images in multiple columns and enable an option which enables a link so you can click the image and see a bigger version. Just to name a few options.
234 Most likely you don't have all options available. This depends on your permissions in the system.</label>
235 <label index="_image.seeAlso">tt_content:imagewidth,
236 tt_content:imageheight,
237 tt_content:imageorient,
238 tt_content:imageborder,
239 tt_content:image_noRows,
240 tt_content:image_link,
241 tt_content:image_zoom,
242 tt_content:imagecols,
243 tt_content:imagecaption,
244 tt_content:image_effects,
245 tt_content:image_frames,
246 tt_content:image_compression,
247 Using images (&quot;Getting Started&quot;) | http://typo3.org/documentation/document-library/doc_tut_quickstart/Managing_files_in_TY/
248 Using images (Animation) | FILE:EXT:welcome/modsub/ani_10.gif</label>
249 <label index="_image.image">EXT:context_help/cshimages/ttcontent_5.png</label>
250 <label index="image.image_descr">This shows all the options related to inserting images in Content Elements. You might not be able to use all of them.</label>
251 <label index="imagewidth.description">Enter the width in pixels of the image.</label>
252 <label index="imagewidth.details">The template is normally configured to a max width of an image and so you don't need to specify the width if the image fits perfectly into those dimensions. However this does give you an opportunity to specify a specific width.</label>
253 <label index="_imagewidth.seeAlso">tt_content:imageheight,
254 tt_content:image</label>
255 <label index="imageheight.description">Enter the height of the image in pixels.</label>
256 <label index="_imageheight.seeAlso">tt_content:imagewidth,
257 tt_content:image</label>
258 <label index="imageorient.description">Select the position of the imageblock relative to the body text.</label>
259 <label index="imageorient.details">The position above and below the body text is pretty straight forward.
260 The options &quot;In text&quot; means that the image block is displayed with text aside it. When you select this option the template will probably force the images into smaller dimensions because they cannot take up the same space when text is supposed to float around them.
261 When you select &quot;In text&quot; you can choose the options either above or below the divider &quot;No wrap&quot;. If you select the &quot;In text&quot; option above, the bodytext will float &lt;em&gt;under&lt;/em&gt; the image block when the bodytext reaches the end of the image block. So in other words the body text &lt;em&gt;wraps around&lt;/em&gt; the image block. If you select &quot;In text&quot; below the &quot;No wrap&quot; divider, the body text will not float under the image block, but simply continue in its column.
262 Apart from the visual difference there is a technical aspect as well. Because if you choose to allow the content to wrap the image block you will experience a strange phenomenon when you do not have enough bodytext to make it float around the image: You experience that the subsequent content elements on the page is somehow layered on top of the image block - and this certainly looks like a bug. However it's easily solved by changing the &quot;In text&quot; position to the equal value but below the &quot;No wrap&quot; divider.</label>
263 <label index="imageborder.description">Check this, if you wish a colored border around the images.</label>
264 <label index="_imageborder.seeAlso">tt_content:imagecols,
265 tt_content:image</label>
266 <label index="image_noRows.description">Disables strict tablerows in the image block.</label>
267 <label index="image_noRows.details">This options is kind of hard to explain, but imagine you have 2 or more columns &lt;em&gt;and&lt;/em&gt; rows of images. If one image in the upper row is a bit taller than the second this will generate an empty extra space beneath the second image. This is due to the normal procedure in which the images are placed in a table cell each.
268 If you set this option, the table will place all images in a column in a single table cell which make the distance between them vertically identical throughout. This may provide a better look if the alternative looks stupid.</label>
269 <label index="_image_noRows.seeAlso">tt_content:imagecols,
270 tt_content:image</label>
271 <label index="image_link.description">Enter a link for the images.</label>
272 <label index="image_link.details">By default all images share the same link. However you may ask the administrator to configure the TypoScript template to allow a separate link for each image. If this is the case, you simply separate the link values by a comma.
274 See Pagecontent&gt;Link below for details on syntax.</label>
275 <label index="_image_link.seeAlso">tt_content:header_link,
276 tt_content:image_zoom,
277 tt_content:image</label>
278 <label index="image_zoom.description">Check this option, and the image will link to a new window with a bigger version.</label>
279 <label index="image_zoom.details">This option overrides the value in the Link-field.</label>
280 <label index="_image_zoom.seeAlso">tt_content:image_link,
281 tt_content:image</label>
282 <label index="image_effects.description">Select special image processing effects.</label>
283 <label index="_image_effects.seeAlso">tt_content:image_compression,
284 tt_content:image_frames,
285 tt_content:image</label>
286 <label index="image_frames.description">Select special image framing options.</label>
287 <label index="_image_frames.seeAlso">tt_content:image_compression,
288 tt_content:image_effects,
289 tt_content:image</label>
290 <label index="image_compression.description">Select compression/quality options.</label>
291 <label index="_image_compression.seeAlso">tt_content:image_frames,
292 tt_content:image_effects,
293 tt_content:image</label>
294 <label index="imagecols.description">Select the number of columns in the image block.</label>
295 <label index="_imagecols.seeAlso">tt_content:image_noRows,
296 tt_content:image</label>
297 <label index="imagecaption.description">Enter a caption for the image block</label>
298 <label index="imagecaption.details">By default the caption is positioned below the whole image block. However your website template may be configured to allow individual image captions by setting &quot;styles.content.imgtext.captionSplit=1&quot; in your template constants.
299 In that case each line in this field will be the image caption of the corresponding image in the list.
301 The caption text field is also used by the content element type &quot;Filelinks&quot; where each line represents a description of a file in the list.</label>
302 <label index="_imagecaption.seeAlso">tt_content:imagecaption_position,
303 tt_content:image</label>
304 <label index="imagecaption_position.description">Places the image caption to the left, centered or to the right.</label>
305 <label index="_imagecaption_position.seeAlso">tt_content:imagecaption,
306 tt_content:image</label>
307 <label index="cols.description">Select a fixed number of table columns</label>
308 <label index="pages.description">Insert page(s)</label>
309 <label index="pages.details">With this field you can generally create a relation to a page (or more) in TYPO3. This field is used by many of the content element types. If you don't specify a page here, the current page will generally be used.
311 Using the &quot;Search&quot; type, the page you insert will be the page to which the search is targeted. You must make sure that this page has a similar &quot;Search&quot; content element (or something similar) to render a search result. Else it makes no sense.
313 The &quot;Login&quot; type content element also uses this field to direct the login to a certain page. However that page does not need to contain a Login content element in order to perform the authentication - you can in fact submit a login request to any TYPO3 page and it will be evaluated!
314 If you specify a second page in this list, the id will be passed to the login system as being the page inside TYPO3 where the database of users to look up is found. You should use this only if your template is not configured to pass this value on.
315 In order for the login procedure to work, you must make sure that 1) you have created at least one Website user and member usergroup and is using the correct username and password, 2) you have configured in your TypoScript template on which page (typically a folder) the users can be found - or alternatively have specified this by the second page in the this page list, 3) cookies must be enabled.
317 The &quot;Menu/Sitemap&quot; element also uses this field. In that case the page(s) will determine from which point the menu is drawn or maybe even represent the actual pages to which the menu links. All this depends on the subtype of Menu/Sitemap you have selected.
319 Finally the &quot;Form&quot; element uses this field as the page to which the form is submitted. You might thus insert a page which is the &quot;Thank you&quot; page of the form mail.</label>
320 <label index="_pages.seeAlso">tt_content:CType,
321 tt_content:recursive</label>
322 <label index="recursive.description">Select how many subleves should be additionally selected for each page in the list.</label>
323 <label index="recursive.details">Whether this feature makes sense or not depends solely on the template implementation and/or content element type. But basically if this feature is enabled it means that for each page listed in the &quot;Send to page/Starting point&quot; box subpages - to the depth specified here - will &lt;em&gt;also&lt;/em&gt; be selected!
325 &lt;strong&gt;Warning:&lt;/strong&gt; If there are many subpages, be aware of this option. It may select an incredible amount of pages then!</label>
326 <label index="_recursive.seeAlso">tt_content:pages</label>
327 <label index="menu_type.description">Select which kind of menu you wish to create.</label>
328 <label index="menu_type.details">This is a short description of each type:
330 &lt;strong&gt;Menu of these pages&lt;/strong&gt;
331 This will create a list of links to the pages you insert in the Startingpoint list.
333 &lt;strong&gt;Menu of subpages to these pages&lt;/strong&gt;
334 This results in a list of links to the subpages of the pages in the Startingpoint list. If you do not specify a startingpoint, subpages to the current page will be selected.
336 &lt;strong&gt;Menu of subpages to these pages (with abstract)&lt;/strong&gt;
337 Like the previous, but this will include the content of the Abstract field of the pages.
339 &lt;strong&gt;Menu of subpages to these pages + sections&lt;/strong&gt;
340 Like the previous, but including 'submenu' links to all content elements on the page which has the &quot;Index&quot; checkbox set.
342 &lt;strong&gt;Sitemap&lt;/strong&gt;
343 Generates a classic tree sitemap. Maybe your TypoScript template is configured to another design of the sitemap, but anyhow you'll get a sitemap out of this. Notice that the sitemap will begin from the current page unless you specify another &quot;Startingpoint&quot; page in the list below.
345 &lt;strong&gt;Section index (pagecontent w/Index checked)&lt;/strong&gt;
346 This makes a menu to the content elements on this page (or the page specified in the Starting point list). Great way to make an index in the top of the page.
347 Notice that all content elements with the &quot;Index&quot; checkbox set is selected. So if you don't want certain content elements to appear in the list, just un-check the Index checkbox for those elements.
349 &lt;strong&gt;Recently updated pages&lt;/strong&gt;
350 This displays the 10 most recently updated pages.
351 &lt;strong&gt;Notice:&lt;/strong&gt; If you update a page and this list seems not to be updated instantly, just clear the cache of the page and the problem is solved.
353 &lt;strong&gt;Related pages (based on keywords)&lt;/strong&gt;
354 Displays other related pages based on the keywords set for this page matched up with the keywords on other pages.
357 &lt;b&gt;Notice:&lt;/b&gt; With many of the above menu types, the default starting point is the current page. However you can specify another startingpoint (or more than one in fact!) by adding pages to the &quot;Startingpoint&quot; list. See link below.</label>
358 <label index="_menu_type.seeAlso">tt_content:pages,
359 tt_content:sectionIndex</label>
360 <label index="list_type.description">Select a plugin to insert.</label>
361 <label index="list_type.details">The list of plugins you can insert on a page. The available plugins depends on which extensions are installed.</label>
362 <label index="_list_type.seeAlso">_MOD_tools_em</label>
363 <label index="_list_type.image">EXT:context_help/cshimages/ttcontent_7.png</label>
364 <label index="select_key.description">Enter a code string.</label>
365 <label index="select_key.details">Whether or not the content of this field is used and how it's intepreted depends on the context. It is considered obsolete today.</label>
366 <label index="_select_key.seeAlso">tt_content:list_type</label>
367 <label index="table_bgColor.description">Select table background color.</label>
368 <label index="table_border.description">Select table border thickness.</label>
369 <label index="table_cellspacing.description">Select table cell spacing.</label>
370 <label index="table_cellspacing.details">Cell spacing is the distance between table cells in rows an columns. The distance is equally applied in all directions, top, bottom, left and right.</label>
371 <label index="table_cellpadding.description">Select table cellpadding.</label>
372 <label index="table_cellpadding.details">Cell padding is the 'internal' margin of a table cell. The distance is equally applied in all directions, top, bottom, left and right.</label>
373 <label index="media.description">Add files to the list here.</label>
374 <label index="multimedia.description">Insert the multimedia element, eg. a flash movie here.</label>
375 <label index="filelink_size.description">Check this, if you wish the filesizes to be displayed.</label>
376 <label index="records.description">Insert relations to records.</label>
377 <label index="spaceBefore.description">Enter the amount of whitespace (in pixels) to insert &lt;em&gt;before&lt;/em&gt; this content element.</label>
378 <label index="_spaceBefore.seeAlso">tt_content:spaceAfter,
379 tt_content:section_frame</label>
380 <label index="spaceAfter.description">Enter the amount of whitespace (in pixels) to insert &lt;em&gt;after&lt;/em&gt; this content element.</label>
381 <label index="_spaceAfter.seeAlso">tt_content:spaceBefore,
382 tt_content:section_frame</label>
383 <label index="section_frame.description">Select a framing option for the content element.</label>
384 <label index="_section_frame.seeAlso">tt_content:spaceAfter,
385 tt_content:spaceBefore</label>
386 <label index="splash_layout.description">Select the design for the Text box.</label>
387 <label index="splash_layout.details">&lt;strong&gt;Notice:&lt;/strong&gt; The Textbox type has a few default renderings but are primarily designed to be used for custom purposes. Therefore the availability of features will depend on the current website template.</label>
388 <label index="_splash_layout.seeAlso">tt_content:CType</label>
389 <label index="sectionIndex.description">If set, the content element will appear in section indices.</label>
390 <label index="sectionIndex.details">See details for the Menu-type selector (click below).</label>
391 <label index="_sectionIndex.seeAlso">tt_content:menu_type</label>
392 <label index="linkToTop.description">If checked, a little &quot;To top&quot; link will be inserted after the content element.</label>
393 <label index="rte_enabled.description">If checked, the Rich Text Editor will be disabled for the &quot;Text&quot; and &quot;Text w/Image&quot; types (&lt;em&gt;in this element only&lt;/em&gt;).</label>
394 <label index="_rte_enabled.seeAlso">tt_content:bodytext</label>
395 <label index="pi_flexform.description">FlexForm Configuration of Plugins</label>
396 <label index="pi_flexform.details">Some plugins may require configuration of their options. They may use this field for FlexForm based configuration settings (stored as XML).</label>
397 <label index="_pi_flexform.seeAlso">tt_content:list_type</label>
398 </languageKey>
399 </data>
400 </T3locallang>