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Contato has a user interface that incorporate Ajax and other Web 2.0 features to improve usability. It includes advanced editing features for content, including editing multiple records at once or rolling back to prior versions of content.
It also includes a number of common built-in modules. The calendar module supports multiple calendars, all-day and multi-day events, open-ended events, and syndication via RSS or Atom. The built-in newsletter module supports double opt-in emails in either HTML or plain text. You can import recipients from a CSV file, and even personalize newsletters being sent. The build-tin news/blog module includes support for multiple categories, archives, featured posts, comments, and RSS or Atom syndication. Tons of additional modules are also available, to further extend Contaoís functionality.
There are a few premium theme marketplace for Contao, though there appear to be even fewer free themes available. This isnít really an issue for designers who plan to create all their sites from scratch (and Contao includes a built-in CSS framework to make this easier).
No restrictions on how you can design a site
Not much learning curve for content editors and authors
Good built-in modules
Hardly any themes available, high-quality or not
Back-end is sluggish and not particularly well-thought-out
Because of back-end setup, itís probably better-suited to smaller sites without dozens or hundreds of pages