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Portal functionalities on Java Web Application

 
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Hi,
We have a website succesfully running in production. We want the ability to have some portal-like functionality in that. That is, we want to convert just the home page of the website into portal like page, like changing of the heading and a few images. In a Java based web application we can do by changing the images or files on the web server. But we want that a business user who is not so tech-savvy should be able to do that.

I have worked on Liferay Portal in the past. Using a full fledged portal for this requirement may be an overkill. Do we have any plugin or software which can provide portal like functionalities to a portion of an existing Web application.

Thanks in advance,
Paras
 
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