Blosxom (pronounced "Blossom") is a lightweight yet feature-packed Weblog application designed from the ground up with simplicity, usability, and interoperability in mind. Fundamental is its reliance upon the file system, folders, and files as its content database. Users can create, edit, rename, and delete entries on the command-line, via FTP, WebDAV, or anything else they might use to manipulate their files.
CGI::SHTML is a perl module for parsing Apache SSI directives within a CGI script, without going through Apache itself. It was specifically designed to operate like start_html() and end_html() within CGI.pm while including the same SSI headers and footers that the main Web site parses. While it is not ready for deployment on large production Web sites, it has served well for several years on a mid-sized academic site.
Electowidget is a PHP library (initially a plugin for MediaWiki) designed to make it possible to conduct Internet polls and elections using many different voting systems, including the Schulze (Condorcet) method, instant runoff voting, approval voting, and even plain old plurality. It also assists in explaining different election methods by providing an easy way of tallying example elections and comparing the results as computed by different elections. The modular design allows for plugging in new election tallying methods, different ballot designs, and different ballot formats.
HTML Forms generation and validation is a PHP class that generates HTML forms supporting many built-in validation types on server and client sides. It prevents security attacks by discarding spoofed values, has multiple submit protection, outputs HTML for fields displayed as fully accessible or in read-only mode, and has field value filtering and reformatting. It can be extended with custom control plug-ins. AJAX based form submission, upload monitor progress bar, auto-complete text input, automatic layout renderer, calendar date, CAPTCHA, Google Maps world location selection, linked select, and animation effects plug-ins are available.
LayManSys is an RDF-based PHP framework for generating a consistent layout for Web documents. It includes a library that can be used online as well as on the command line. It generates the headers and footers for HTML documents, manages (CSS) style definitions, shortcut icons (favicons), static HTML, and dynamic PHP content, and much more. The necessary meta information is either stored in RDF files or in special layout configuration files.