PHP Script Register, Login Users registers and logs users into a website, and shows the online users. It has options to log in with Facebook or with a Google account. It includes a "Remember" button which gives the ability to automatically log in the user on the next visit. If the user forgets the password, the script can send it by email. Each user has a personal page which contains an image uploaded by the user, the registration date, the last visit date, the number of visits/logins, and other personal data (name, pronoun, birthday, personal website, occupation, and hobby). On the personal page, the user can modify the password and the email address added to registration, then he/she will receive an email message with the new data. The script displays the total number of users, the last registered user, and the online users.
Multiple Select Dropdown List with AJAX can be used to dynamically create multiple Select lists with data from a MySQL table. When the user chooses an option from the Select list, it calls an Ajax function which accesses a PHP file, which will return another Select dropdown according to the option selected.
Symbiose is a WebOS, a Web desktop which is accessible from any Web browser. It works like Linux, using the same filetree, UI management, software update system, and commands (ls, cd, etc.). It offers file management (sending/downloading, basic operations, copy-and-paste, drag-and-drop, etc.), a text editor with syntax highlighting and automatic indentation, a music and video player, a word processor, an archive manager, management of system parameters (such as appearance, users, quotas, interfaces, and software sources), a software center, an updates manager similar to apt-get, FTP server, DropBox, and Google Drive mounting (with integration of these services in Symbiose storage), and more.
"PHP Web Security Monitor" is designed to protect Internet sites created with PHP from malicious queries from hackers and Web viruses. It filters common PHP variables via prepared security patterns and compares (unprotected) input variables against patterns of dangerous data, such as SQL injection, XSS injection, and PHP code compromising.