Typo 3 has undoubtedly proven to be a strong competitor in the CMS work in spite of the previous CMS like WordPress, Drupal and Joomla.
Like its competitors TYPO3 is available as open-source and built using PHP framework. The idea of developing TYPO3 was done in 1997 by the creators when there were no CMS’s available in the market.
There were lots of studies, updates and hard work of the team in order to release the first beta version on 2001. The latest version of TYPO3 6.0.0 was released recently before a month on 27th Nov 2012 with the new features and lots more features and services than its previous versions.
Typo3 CMS is for small to medium-sized enterprises, and it’s very easy to install and set up. Indeed, the first advantage of TYPO3 is that it starts working as soon as you’ve installed it on your computer. As with most open-source CMS programs, TYPO3 comes with standard modules, but it can accommodate almost any amount of customization.
The biggest advantage of using a Typo3 CMS (content management system) for your website is the ability to control your content separately from the layout or design. With a powerful CMS like TYPO3, you can add, change, and remove text, images, and plug-ins in your site without installing any proprietary software or paying a third-party. Because of the simple administration and editing tools in TYPO3, you can run and edit any kind of site, personal or business, without learning HTML, CSS, programming, or web design.
The next version with new updates and more features is been planned to be released in April next year.