Frankly speaking, TYPO3 is a choice of many. The initial release of TYPO3 was announced in 1998, and since that time, this content management system (CMS) has gained great popularity among website owners. Basically, it has covered the peculiar geographical area and most of the TYPO3 based sites are the German ones. TYPO3 possesses robust functionality and unlimited flexibility. Technically, this site building tool is oriented on the business website creation, so it provides you with the ability to manage your own workflow. The only drawback of TYPO3 CMS platform is a complicated adoption of extra functionality. Usually, you have to spend much time on documentation, plus TYPO3 possesses a little bit steep learning curve.
Comparing TYPO3 to WordPress, the latter is considered to be more user friendly and plain CMS platform. Mostly, it is oriented on the creation of personal blogs, websites, and other web projects. WordPress is suitable both for web developers because of various features and flexibility and it works great even if you are not technically savvy. An average Internet user will be able to start and manage any type of WordPress website. Also, you may get more detailed information on TYPO3 and WordPress strengths and challenges in our recent post. Or you may just look through the infographic that shows all the distinctive features of these two CMS platforms and you’ll find out the alternative way of TYPO3 to WordPress import