ASAPlate separates PHP source code from templates. The library is based on FastTemplate, but the project has a different philosophy. It is easy to learn and use. There's no need to especify in the source code which templates will be found in the template files. Template files can be edited with any WYSIWYG editor, can be dynamic, and are recursively parsed.
Advanced Website Creator is a Web development environment. Created websites use an MVC framework written in PHP 5 and a simple database abstraction layer. At present the database layer supports MySQL, PostgreSQL, and SQLite as backends. All PHP classes are auto-loaded, so there is no need to include() or require() files manually. Search engine friendly URLs are supported via mod_rewrite. The program has wizards for quick generation of forms and CRUD pages.
AlberT-EasySite is a PHP-based site generation system that pays particular attention to graphics and to the complete separation of PHP and HTML code. It is a plugin based system. Template "objects" are handled by a plugin, making it very easy to add your own custom objects. Multiple themes and users support are included, as are the predefined HTML objects include, repeat, title, table, subDomain, counter, etc. It embeds AlberT-cache to speed up performance.
BlockTemplate is a class that implements a template engine based on the concept of blocks. The template files do not define looping logic, only variables or parameters to be replaced, to avoid using programming concepts that are not easy for designers to understand. The class supports event driven callback functions for customizing the template engine behavior.
CGI.pm uses objects to create Web fill-out forms on the fly and to parse their contents. Instead of remembering the syntax for HTML form elements, developers can just make a series of Perl function calls. An important fringe benefit of this is that the value of the previous query is used to initialize the form, so that the state of the form is preserved from invocation to invocation.