Simblog aims to be one of the most easy-to-use and lightweight blogging platforms. It emphasizes user experience, workflow, and ease of use without neglecting usability and extensibility. It will take full advantage of what HTML5 and CSS3 have to offer without delving too deeply into experimental features. It is built on its own lightweight framework, which allows a high degree of extensibility and modularity for your blog. It uses Smarty as a templating engine (which also provides a caching mechanism), jQuery and Kendo UI for frontend design, and MySQL as a database.
Wolf Software jArgon Plugin takes a list of jargon terms, their definitions, and (optionally) alternative names from a JSON-encoded file. The file can be static or can be dynamically created using PHP, ASP.NET, etc. Rather than having the user of your site click the word and be taken to another page to find out what the word means, a tooltip is displayed when the user hovers over the word.
Free-gov is a software platform for e-government implementations of any size or purpose, providing electronic record management with full digital cryptographic signature support. Its core offers strong user authentication, ACL, logging, and record management. Optional modules cater for different specific tasks such as municipal complaints management.
Wolf Software Jpecr .NET Package provides developers with a way to unobtrusively gain user consent before using any cookies in order to comply with an amendment to the Privacy and Electronic Communications Act (PECR) that comes into force in the UK on the 26th May 2012. The package allows users to give (or not give) consent to receive all of the cookies within your site.
Wolf Software Universal Cookie Law Solution is a solution to the cookie law that becomes law on 26 May 2011. The idea is to have an unobtrusive method of gaining user consent before using any cookies. An amendment to the Privacy and Electronic Communications Act (PECR) is a change to legislation that comes into force in the UK on the 26th May 2011. The package allows the users to give (or not) consent for all of the cookies within your site, which does still require you to supply this list, and this is best done via a complete site-wide cookie audit.