Nekit Applet is a HTML editor Java applet which supports a small subset of HTML. It supports just enough HTML to edit a significantly formatted document for the text section of an HTML page. It does not currently support images, tables, or nested lists. It features communication with the server via XML-RPC connection for opening, saving, and getting site structure info. It interacts with the browser to handle the window containing the applet. Nekit also has the ability to define three types of anchors: normal links to other HTML pages, internal links to other parts of the same dynamic Web site, and file download links which point to a particular download area.
htmlex is a small but powerful HTML preprocessor, which has numerous advantages compared to conventional HTML files. On top of that, htmlex is fully compatible with the standard HTML syntax. This means that you can use any HTML file that you have previously made, rename it to .htex, and start using htmlex.
Presenting XML is a Java Web application framework for presenting HTML, PDF, WML, etc. in a device independent manner. It supports various kinds of content, including XML files, dynamic content, SQL result sets, and flat files. It provides a declarative way for applying filters and XSLT transforms to a stream of XML content in a pipeline. It allows user defined filters and serializers written as Java plug-ins. It is component based and extendable. Presenting XML may be used as a command line tool or as a framework for a servlet-based Web application.
ffGuestBook is a PHP guestbook for Web sites. Instead of using SQL databases, it relies on flat files for storage. It is fully configurable through templates, and includes support for English, German, and Spanish. An administration interface for moderating entries is also provided, along with restrictions for preventing users from entering silly email addresses or unnecessarily long text.
Xaraya is a fully dynamic, multi-platform content mangement solution. It utilizes robust permissions, data management, and multilingual systems to dynamically integrate and manage content. Its modular, database-independent architecture introduces tools which separate form, function, content, and design.
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.
Kmap is an HTML image map editor that can create circlular, rectangular, polygonal, and ellipsoidal image maps. Regions can be copied, moved, deleted, and have their colors changed in several maps at once. In addition, polygonal points can be added, deleted, and moved. The dimensions of objects may be changed with the help of control points, and the HTML output is configurable.