Logging in

In order to edit your page, you need to log in to the backend of your page:

  1. In the address bar of your browser, add /typo3 to the complete URL of your page.
  2. When reloading the page, the login window to the backend will appear.
  3. You need a username and password to log in. Enter the data and confirm your entries by clicking on the button below or by pressing the enter key.
  4. You are now in the backend of your page.
  5. First change the automatically assigned password.

Change password

After the first login you should change the password you have been given. To do this, click on the user and then select User Settings. Go to the Account Security tab, enter the old password and enter the new password. Save your changes.

Multi-factor authentication for TYPO3

Since TYPO3 11 it is possible to use multi-factor authentication (MFA) for backend users to improve the protection of your data. – If you also want to use MFA to protect your system more effectively against attacks, we will be happy to support you in setting it up. Just contact us with your request for an MFA setup. We are looking forward to your request!

Further settings

The further user settings do not have to be adjusted immediately or not at all. However, if you notice in your daily editorial work that you do not need to see certain information when editing the pages or that the content area needs to be tidier for you, you can make some settings here.

Personal Data

Here you can change your name, e-mail address, avatar and language of the system. You can also choose to be notified by email when someone logs in with this account.


Define which module is called at startup. By default it is the module Page.

Edit and Advanced functions

If you choose to make textareas flexible, the height of the textareas (for example, when editing content elements) is adjusted to the content. You can also set the maximum height for flexible textareas and decide whether to display thumbnails by default.

Show hidden files and folders in the filelist and define how many sub-levels should be included in recursive copying. The value you specify here determines the number of levels in a selected item that are to be included when copying.

You can also reset user settings to default state here at any time.

Grid Elements

To insert content elements, you can also use the drag in wizard, which normally displays information about each content element. You can hide info overlays for the new content element drag in wizard. You can also disable the drag in wizard.

To create a clearer content area, you can hide the column headers, the content element preview and the "Copy from page" button.

Grid layout information can be shown.

If you do not want to see field labels (labels in square brackets), select the checkbox.

Would you like to know more?

All information about the available editions can be found on the webpage for our TYPO3 Website-Base. You have the possibility to get a Website at a Fixed Price or you decide for a Website as a Service package, with which no further costs for hosting or security and function updates will come up to you.