Guide to TYPO3 Documentation – Part 1: The User-Interface

The documentation of TYPO3 has a quite bad reputation, but that is not valid. Thanks to Martin Bless, it has evolved much in the last few years. In this and and some following posts, I will introduce you to the current state and structure of TYPO3 documentation and the various sources. 

This post is about the user interface of docs.typo3.org and its hidden gems. Continue reading

“Let’s encrypt” on localhost

Let's encrypt on localhost

Usually you develop your stuff locally and want to test the SSL encrypted stuff part too. With out a valid certificate, you always have to confirm the security dialogs, whether you are sure that you want to proceed. That annoys me each time. Furthermore you do not see, whether you have a problem with “mixed content”. In this article a show you how you can use „Let’s encrypt” certificates on localhost. Continue reading