Ajax - content loading without refresh in a CMS

Hi Experts,

As I've stated before in previous questions I'm a real newbie when it comes to Ajax and Javascript.  I've been learning a lot thanks to the experts exchange community but here I go again with another question.

I need to use any CMS that can load content without refreshing the page with a fade in effect just like Micro CMS does it ( http://microcms.kset.org/ ).

As a matter of fact... I would love to use Micro CMS but even though I have the mod_redirect enabled in my server I haven't figured out how to make it work.  I get the home page after installing the CMS but none of the links work (I get a 404 error) and the same for the admin section.   Unfortunately this CMS - although it has a lot of potential - doesn't have a community yet and the documentation is really poor in its official site and I haven't been able to find any info around the web regarding installation issues.

With that said...  I'm willing to use any CMS that can accomplish the same effect or even trying to recreate the effect by modifying any CMS that is easy to theme but I think I need a little help pointing me in the right direction because I don't even have an idea how to start.

One more characteristic that I'm looking for is the following:   Even though I need the content to be dynamically loaded without refreshing the site I will need to use the A:link, A:visited, A:active and A:hover link properties in css.     I'm going to be using small images for the links and I would like to have an image for the link state and a different image for the active state based on the content/page currently loaded.

If you can write me a small example of how this could be accomplished it would be SO GREAT,  but like I said... I'm more than willing to learn in the process so if you have any links or sites online that will help me learning how to do this they're 1000% welcome.

Thanks a lot in advance!
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M-GeekConnect With a Mentor Author Commented:
I took a crash course in jQuery and I'm codding the whole thing.

So...  I'm going to close this question.  
Gibu GeorgeChief Technology OfficerCommented:
Are you looking for CMS for mobile platforms?
M-GeekAuthor Commented:
No,  as a matter of fact it will be ok if it doesn't render perfectly in mobile devices.  
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