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CMS with backend Java

 
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Dear All,

I want to develop a web app for an educational institution. I've experience in Servlet,JSP, JDBC,Ajax etc.
But I am afraid of CSS - cascading style sheet since i couldn't manage the layout to run on different browsers.

Kindly give me some idea to develop the app in any CMS that support Java.

With respect,
Anand
 
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Many CMS written in Java are available; see http://java-source.net/open-source/content-managment-systems for a list of the open source ones. Alfresco, OpenCms, Magnolia and dotCMS are the big guys.
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