Frontend editing for TYPO3
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Benni Mack 135004c782
[RELEASE] Raise to version 10.0.2
1 year ago
Classes Fix implementation of RequestEnricherInterface 2 years ago
Configuration Merge pull request #1 from DanielSiepmann/feature/typo3-10-compat 2 years ago
Resources Fix none working backend 1 year ago
.gitattributes [TASK] Exclude TypeScript sources in exports 4 years ago
.gitignore [TASK] Add .gitignore with .idea/ ide folder 3 years ago
LICENSE.txt [TASK] Have LICENSE.txt in all core exts 5 years ago [TASK] Streamline README 2 years ago
composer.json [TASK] Streamline composer.json 2 years ago
ext_emconf.php [RELEASE] Raise to version 10.0.2 1 year ago
ext_localconf.php [TASK] Add feedit specific code from ext:adminpanel 3 years ago

TYPO3 Extension "feedit" - Basic Frontend Editing

This TYPO3 extension is a simple solution to edit TYPO3 page content elements directly in the frontend as a logged-in backend user. It adds edit icons around elements for this purpose.

The functionality was part of the TYPO3 Core until TYPO3 v10.0, and moved into its own extension, receiving its own public repository.


The latest version can be installed via TER ( or via composer by adding composer require friendsoftypo3/feedit in a TYPO3 v10.0+ installation.

Current state

The extension has been part of TYPO3 Core for a very long time but never received much love. It may become more healthy if maintained as third-party extension and has been extracted for this reason.


Feel free to submit any pull request, or add documentation, tests, as you please. We will publish a new version every once in a while, depending on the amount of changes and pull requests submitted.


The extension is published under GPL v2+, all included third-party libraries are published under their respective licenses.


Many contributors have been working on this area while this functionality was part of the TYPO3 Core. This package is now maintained by a loose group of TYPO3 enthusiasts inside the TYPO3 Community. Feel free to contact Benni Mack ( for any questions regarding feedit.