PFBC is an object-oriented PHP class for building HTML forms. It includes AJAX support, jQuery, reCAPTCHA, TinyMCE, and CKEditor. It features integration with Bootstrap, a front-end framework from Twitter that incorporates responsive CSS (meaning your forms not only look great and behave well in the latest desktop browser, but in tablet and smartphone browsers as well). It supports HTML5 form elements and attributes.
Roosevelt is a Web framework for Node.js which uses Teddy for HTML templating and LESS for CSS preprocessing. Built on Express, Roosevelt is designed to abstract all the crusty boilerplate necessary to build a typical Express app, sets sane defaults with mechanisms for override, and provides a uniform MVC structure for your app.
PHPX is a Web portal system, blog, Content Management System (CMS), forum, and more. It is designed to allow everyone to be able to have feature-rich, interactive websites even if you do not know a bit of programming. Some key features include fully-integrated forums, downloads, an image gallery with slideshow and auto-thumbnailing, support ticket system, a GUI interface for Web page content management, news with topics and instances, and a whole lot more. It allows you to fully customize the look of your site.
htmlArea is a free WYSIWYG editor replacement for common textarea fields in HTML forms. Users can change the font size/color, make it bold/italicized/underlined, add bullets and numbering, insert images and links, and more. It works with any server-side software that accepts forms, including PHP, ASP, Perl, etc., and enables users to format their content as easily as if they were using a word processor. No HTML knowledge is required. Once the form is submitted, the raw HTML is passed along through your CGI script for use in your program.
PostNuke is a Weblog/portal system featuring an extremely easy-to-use Web-based installation script. It is extremely developer and community friendly, with active development progressing, support forums around the world, and live support via its own IRC network. It was originally based on PHP-Nuke, but was rewritten with security and performance in mind.