Fixed bug #2222: CSH missing for localization settings of pages
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1 <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" standalone="yes" ?>
2 <T3locallang>
3 <meta type="array">
4 <description>CSH for pages table, specifically tailored for the CMS extension.</description>
5 <type>CSH</type>
6 <csh_table>pages</csh_table>
7 </meta>
8 <data type="array">
9 <languageKey index="default" type="array">
10 <label index="layout.description">Select a layout for the page. Any effect depends on the website template.</label>
11 <label index="layout.details">This option may not have any impact on the page design since it depends on how (and if) the front end template uses it. In most default templates it's not used.</label>
12 <label index="doktype.description">Select a page type affects whether the page represents a visible webpage or is used for other purposes.</label>
13 <label index="doktype.details">'Standard' and 'Advanced' types are regular webpages, just differing in the number of options.
14 'External URL' and 'Shortcut' types allows you to let a page be a shortcut to either an external URL or in the latter case a page in the page tree.
15 'Not in menu' is also a regular page, but will not be shown in the navigation. &lt;em&gt;This page type is deprecated! Please use the &quot;Hide in menu&quot; option!&lt;/em&gt;
16 'Backend User Section' is an option which requires a backend user to be logged in for the page to be visible.
17
18 &lt;b&gt;Special types:&lt;/b&gt;
19 'Spacer' is only meaningfull if your frontend navigation is programmed to use it. In this case it does not represent a page with content but is intended to be a non-clickable placeholder in the navigation.
20 'SysFolder' is a page type which cannot be shown as a webpage but is rather acting as a storage for records of your choice.
21 'Recycler' is a garbage can. Pages and records in a recycler are not visible in the frontend.
22
23 &lt;b&gt;Notice:&lt;/b&gt; Each type usually has a specific icon attached. Also certain types may not be available for a user (so you may experience that some of the options are not available for you!). And finally each type is configured to allow only certain table records in the page (SysFolder will allow any record if you have any problems).</label>
24 <label index="_doktype.seeAlso">pages:shortcut,
25 pages:url</label>
26 <label index="hidden.description">If this is checked, the page will be hidden on the website.</label>
27 <label index="hidden.details">The 'Hidden', 'Start', 'Stop' and 'Access' options are all about limiting access to pages and thus they are related in functionality. In any case where a page is not visible due to one of these options, the page will not show up in the site navigation.
28 Notice, these options are related &lt;em&gt;only&lt;/em&gt; to the page for which they are set. If you want their effect to cover the subpages as well, you must enable the 'Include subpages' option.
29 When you're logged in as a backend user you can preview hidden pages if you have read access to them.</label>
30 <label index="_hidden.seeAlso">pages:starttime,pages:endtime,pages:fe_group,pages:extendToSubpages</label>
31 <label index="_hidden.image">EXT:context_help/cshimages/hidden_page.gif,
32 EXT:context_help/cshimages/pages_1.png</label>
33 <label index="hidden.image_descr">The page icon of a hidden page is dimmed and a red X is added.
34 If you view a page that is hidden and you are logged in into the backend you will still be able to see the page. The red &quot;Preview&quot; box will tell you that this page is visible to you because of this special circumstance.</label>
35 <label index="starttime.description">The 'Start' time determines the date from which the page will be visible online. Use this to 'publish' the page on a certain date. If 'Start' time is not set, the page will be online instantly (unless the page is hidden otherwise).</label>
36 <label index="starttime.syntax">Format is DD-MM-YYYY. You may enter the value in other ways - it will be evaluated immediately.
37 If you insert eg. a 'd' the current date is inserted. You can also append any value in the field with eg. '+10' which will add 10 days to the current value. For instance setting the value to 'd+10' would select a date 10 days from now.</label>
38 <label index="_starttime.seeAlso">pages:endtime,pages:hidden</label>
39 <label index="_.seeAlso">tt_content</label>
40 <label index="endtime.description">The 'Stop' time is the date from which the page will not be online anymore.</label>
41 <label index="endtime.syntax">See Page / Start (click below)</label>
42 <label index="_endtime.seeAlso">pages:starttime</label>
43 <label index="fe_group.description">If 'Access' is set to a usergroup name, only website users which are members of the selected usergroup will be able to view the page when they are logged in. The special option 'Hide at login' means the page will &lt;em&gt;not&lt;/em&gt; be visible for website users that are logged in. Likewise &quot;Show at login&quot; will make the page visible for any logged in frontend user.</label>
44 <label index="_fe_group.seeAlso">fe_groups</label>
45 <label index="_fe_group.image">EXT:context_help/cshimages/fegroups_4.png</label>
46 <label index="extendToSubpages.description">By default the Start, Stop, Access and Hidden options are effective &lt;em&gt;only&lt;/em&gt; for the page on which they are set. If the option 'Include subpages' is checked for the page, then their effect is inherited by all subpages to that page.</label>
47 <label index="extendToSubpages.details">Consider a scenario where you want to create a whole section of subpages only visible for users which are logged in. Setting the 'Access' option for the top page in the section would affect access to that page only. So the page would not show up in the navigation unless you are logged in.
48 However the subpages would still be visible if one could guess the id-number of the pages and enter it manually in the URL. But setting this option would extend the effect of the top page setting to cover all subpages as well.</label>
49 <label index="_extendToSubpages.seeAlso">pages:hidden,
50 pages:starttime,
51 pages:endtime,
52 pages:fe_group</label>
53 <label index="_extendToSubpages.image">EXT:context_help/cshimages/pages_2.png</label>
54 <label index="extendToSubpages.image_descr">This page icon has access restricted to a certain group and &quot;Include subpages&quot; set as well. This is reflected in the way the icon changed look.</label>
55 <label index="alias.description">An 'alias' is a unique identification string for a page. You can use this string instead of the id-number to refer to the page.</label>
56 <label index="alias.details">Ultimately a page is identified by its id-number. For instance you may refer to a page in TYPO3 by '.../?id=123'. If the page with id '123' has the alias 'one_two_three', then the URL '.../?id=one_two_three' would display exactly the same page, because 'one_two_three' is an alias for the id '123'.
57 Normally you should assign aliases only to a limited number of pages, preferably those you need to link to a lot. In most TYPO3 configurations you would be able to use the syntax '.. &amp;lt;link one_two_three&amp;gt;go to the page&amp;lt;/link&amp;gt; ..' to create a link to the page. This is easier to remember.
58 Another use is if you need to change which page such a link is referring to. In that case you can delete the alias for one page and enter it for another and all links pointing to the alias would now refer to another id-number.</label>
59 <label index="alias.syntax">An alias can contain only lowercase alphanumeric characters and must be unique.
60 Please notice: If the entered value was not unique, it will automatically be prepended with a number.</label>
61 <label index="target.description">The HTML target of menu items linking to this page.</label>
62 <label index="target.details">Set this value only to overrule the default link, which should be configured correctly for most pages in the website TypoScript template.</label>
63 <label index="no_cache.description">This option disables server caching of the page.</label>
64 <label index="no_cache.details">Normally pages in TYPO3 are cached on the server after being constructed for the first time. This means a page is displayed much faster the second time it's requested.
65 For most pages this presents no problems - rather it's boosting the performance of the website.
66 However you may need to disable caching for a page if it contains dynamic content which must not be cached under any circumstances. Normally the PHP-code rendering such content is programmed to disable the caching automatically. But in any case you can force the page not to be cached via this option.</label>
67 <label index="_no_cache.seeAlso">pages:cache_timeout</label>
68 <label index="cache_timeout.description">Sets the cache timeout for the page.</label>
69 <label index="cache_timeout.details">By default pages last for 24 hours in the cache. After that period the page is constructed again and rewritten to the cache. Depending on your configuration, the cache may also be cleared at midnight.
70 Anyhow you may here set another timeout time for the page in cache if you need to.
71 This option is used quite rarely.</label>
72 <label index="_cache_timeout.seeAlso">pages:no_cache</label>
73 <label index="no_search.description">If enabled, this option excludes the page from searching operations on the website.</label>
74 <label index="author.description">Enter the page authors name.</label>
75 <label index="author.details">Whether the author name is used or not depends on the setup of your TypoScript template.
76
77 - You may use it in a meta-tag.
78 - If you're using TYPO3 pages as 'articles' then you could use this field to display the name of the page (article) author.</label>
79 <label index="_author.seeAlso">pages:author_email</label>
80 <label index="author_email.description">Enter the page authors email address.</label>
81 <label index="_author_email.seeAlso">pages:author</label>
82 <label index="module.description">Define the page as a frontend 'module'.</label>
83 <label index="module.details">In the backend there is a module called 'Web&gt;Modules' as well as a header 'Modules' in the 'User&gt;Task Center'. Both functions list the available 'Frontend modules' to which the user has access.
84 Basically, setting this option just marks the page so the backend knows this page contains eg. a forum or is the root page of a shopping section on the website. And based on this knowledge the backend is able to display a shortcut list as well as relevant functionality in the 'Web&gt;Modules' module. The frontend display is - largely - not affected.
85 So in effect, by 'marking' a page to be a 'Shop' module simply means it'll show up in the shortcut list of modules in the backend.
86
87 There may be a little more to it than this, but for details on the subject, you must refer to the administration documentation.
88
89 It's recommended that only admin-users are allowed access to this field!</label>
90 <label index="media.description">Attach media files related to the page.</label>
91 <label index="media.details">This fields allows you to attach various files to the page record.
92 If and how these files are used depends on your template. So basically which files you attach here and in which order they must be listed is determined by your specific website template and thus you should seek instructions in the documentation for your specific website.
93 As an example this field could be used from the template to allow you to attach a logo-image to the page. Or the template might be programmed to expect the first file to be an image used as a link in the navigation menu. But remember, this totally depends on how this field is used in the programming of the template.</label>
94 <label index="subtitle.description">Enter a subtitle if needed.</label>
95 <label index="subtitle.details">Whether this field is used or not depends on the template. In most cases it's not used.
96 You may use this field as you like in your own templates.</label>
97 <label index="url.description">Enter the URL to which this page is supposed to link.</label>
98 <label index="url.details">Example: 'http://www.typo3.com' or just 'www.typo3.com' provided the 'Type' selector is set to 'http://'.
99 Use the 'Type' selector to select a prefix for the URL.
100
101 This option is used only if the page 'Type' is set to 'External URL'.</label>
102 <label index="_url.seeAlso">pages:urltype</label>
103 <label index="shortcut.description">Insert a reference to the page to which this page is supposed to be a shortcut. Requesting this ID in the frontend will redirect people to the page referred to by this value.</label>
104 <label index="shortcut.details">Click the 'Browse for records' icon and a new window will appear in which you can easily select the page to which the shortcut is supposed to link.
105
106 This option is used only if the page 'Type' is set to 'Shortcut'.</label>
107 <label index="_shortcut.seeAlso">pages:doktype,
108 pages:shortcut_mode</label>
109 <label index="_shortcut.image">EXT:context_help/cshimages/page_shortcut.gif</label>
110 <label index="shortcut.image_descr">Select a page to shortcut to by the Element Browser.</label>
111 <label index="keywords.description">Enter keywords for the page separated by commas. You may also use short phrases.</label>
112 <label index="keywords.details">Most TYPO3 websites use these keywords in a meta-tag on the page, but you have to setup the appropriate TypoScript template yourself.
113
114 To optimize your page for search engines like google you should not use more than 3 to 6 keywords. You should make sure that the keywords can be found in the content of the page.
115
116 Note that also search engine extensions for TYPO3 (e.g. Indexed search) can be configured to make use of the keywords.
117
118 In TYPO3, the keywords can also be used to create a menu of related pages. Create a content element of type 'Sitemap' and then choose the menu type &lt;i&gt;Related pages (based on keywords)&lt;/i&gt;.</label>
119 <label index="_keywords.seeAlso">pages:description</label>
120 <label index="description.description">Enter a short description of the page. It will be displayed in the result lists of search engines.</label>
121 <label index="description.details">Most TYPO3 websites insert this description in a meta-tag on the page, but you have to configure this yourself in your TypoScript template.
122
123 Search engines will display the description in their result list. Thus, the text should be short (about 160 characters maximum), and it's wording should make sense when it shows up in the result list.
124
125 Also, the description will be displayed if you create a content element of type 'Sitemap' and then choose the menu type &lt;i&gt;Menu of subpages to these pages (with abstract)&lt;/i&gt;.
126
127 &lt;b&gt;Note:&lt;/b&gt; Some search engines only use the description if the text is not found elsewhere in the content. So do not just repeat yourself.
128 </label>
129 <label index="_description.seeAlso">pages:keywords
130 pages:abstract</label>
131 <label index="abstract.description">Enter an abstract of the contents. It may be displayed in an overview of articles.</label>
132 <label index="abstract.details">An abstract is a short description of the page content, that might be a little longer than the one in the &lt;i&gt;Description&lt;/i&gt; field.
133
134 Other than the description, the abstract is not meant for display in search engine result lists, but for use in your own project exclusively.
135
136 By default, TYPO3 lets you create a content element of type &lt;i&gt;Sitemap&lt;/i&gt; and then choose &lt;i&gt;Menu of subpages to these pages (with abstract)&lt;/i&gt; to create an overview of articles. If an abstract is available it will be used instead of the description.
137
138 &lt;b&gt;Note:&lt;/b&gt; You do not have to enter the text of the description into the &lt;i&gt;Abstract field&lt;/i&gt; again.
139
140 Of course, admins can make custom use of this field via their TypoScript templates.</label>
141 <label index="_abstract.seeAlso">pages:description</label>
142 <label index="newUntil.description">Enter the 'expiry date' of the page.</label>
143 <label index="newUntil.details">The 'expiry date' of the page has no effect on the display of the webpage. This value is rather for internal use meant as a reminder of the date when the content of this page should be revised. So if the content of the page will be outdated at a certain point in time, you could set this value to that approximate date.
144 In order to obtain an overview of the expiry dates of pages, use the 'Pagetree overview' in the 'Web&gt;Info' module.</label>
145 <label index="newUntil.syntax">See Page / Start (click below)</label>
146 <label index="_newUntil.seeAlso">pages:starttime</label>
147 <label index="lastUpdated.description">Enter the time and date of the most recent update of this page.</label>
148 <label index="lastUpdated.details">How the value of this field is used is determined by the TypoScript template of the website. First of all a 'Last updated' notice needs to be inserted on the pages and secondly the template must be configured to use this value.
149 The most common use which is found in the standard templates will automatically display the last update time and date &lt;em&gt;unless&lt;/em&gt; this field specifies a value in which case this value is inserted.</label>
150 <label index="lastUpdated.syntax">Format is HH:MM DD-MM-YYYY.
151 If you insert eg. a 'd' the current time and date is inserted. You can also append any value in the field with eg. '+10' which will add 10 days to the current value.</label>
152 <label index="nav_hide.description">With this option the page will be hidden in navigation menus in the frontend. The page can still be viewed if linked by its ID directly.</label>
153 <label index="_nav_hide.seeAlso">pages:nav_title</label>
154 <label index="nav_title.description">Alternative title for menu items in the frontend. This value takes precedence over the page title if this value is filled in.</label>
155 <label index="content_from_pid.description">If set, this is an alternative page id from where Content Elements will be selected instead of Content Elements from the current page.
156 Depends on template implementation whether this applies.</label>
157 <label index="urltype.description">Set the URL prefix.</label>
158 <label index="shortcut_mode.description">Select a shortcut mode. By default the shortcut page type must have a page id to jump to. Alternative methods are to go to the first subpage of a page or to a random subpage.</label>
159 <label index="mount_pid.description">Mount this page id. If set it means that the subpages of this page comes from the mounted page instead.</label>
160 <label index="mount_pid.details">In the frontend this is done by adding a new variable, &amp;MP, to the parameters which links the mounted branch to the main branch by pairing page ids.</label>
161 <label index="_mount_pid.seeAlso">pages:mount_pid_ol</label>
162 <label index="mount_pid_ol.description">If set, the mount point is &quot;overlaid&quot; by the mounted page. It will look like if the mount point does not exist and the mounted page is inserted in its position instead.</label>
163 <label index="_mount_pid_ol.seeAlso">pages:mount_pid</label>
164 <label index="title.description.+">This is normally shown in the website navigation.</label>
165 <label index="TSconfig.details.+">&lt;strong&gt;Example:&lt;/strong&gt;
166 Normally the 'Web&gt;Page' module lets you create content in four columns, Left, Normal, Right, Border. However most websites use only a single or two columns. So some of these content columns are just taking up space and may even be confusing to users.
167 If you enter this string in the 'TSconfig' field, the 'Web&gt;Page' module will allow you to work only in the 'Normal' and 'Border' column!
168
169 &lt;em&gt;mod.web_layout.tt_content.colPos_list = 0,3&lt;/em&gt;
170
171 (Must be entered in a single line!)</label>
172 <label index="l18n_cfg.description">Affect availability of pages in the various languages.</label>
173 <label index="l18n_cfg.details">&lt;b&gt;Hide default translation of page&lt;/b&gt;
174 If set the page is only available in one of the translations. So any attempt to access the page in the default language will show an error message.
175
176 &lt;b&gt;Hide page if no translation for current language exists&lt;/b&gt;
177 If set the page access will be blocked with an error message if there is no translation in the current language. By default access to a non-translated page will just show the default language content.</label>
178 </languageKey>
179 </data>
180 </T3locallang>