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Control on CSS on a Jsp Page

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I have one issue with my web site home page which is a three column div layout where left column div contains
Ex: <UL><LI>First Link< LI><LI>Second Link< LI></UL>. I have around 20 links on the page.(Similar to Yahoo Home Page).
Basically i am going to implement a authentication kind of thing where i will be getting a value through java bean after performing security validation and all for which link is to be displayed and which link should not be displayed for each user.

Accordingly i have two css classes in one will have a attribute called visibility:visible and another class visibility :hidden.
Now i want to assign these classes to each UL TAG dynamically .
How can i achieve this?
Kindly help me out to solve this problem.
Thanks &Regards
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