Although it's more a enterprise wiki but you get all you want (CSS, blogs,
There is a 10$ starter license. You may give it a shot.


On Fri, Jun 4, 2010 at 05:50, MB <> wrote:

> With the wealth of java-based CMS's at <
> source/content-managment-systems> I was wondering if you guys could
> share your views on the matter when it comes for javabased CMS's for
> small sites?
> What are you guys running on Tomcat, if at all?
> I need:
> More or less total control over HTML output without an enormous effort
> or learning curve
> CSS-based template themes, both site-wide and for specific pages
> login administration for mere mortals (users)
> gallery function
> news blog style
> I love the Struts Action 2 framework and am interested Spring and
> Hibernation as well. I have my eyes on Appfuse, but would like something
> I can set up with 24 hours of work (or whatever is reasonable). All
> designs (CSS), markup and raw content is already ready.
> Appfuse look promising for the long term, but I'm not sure about getting
> up and running from the get go.
> /MB
> "Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic."
> --Arthur C. Clarke
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