The Micro BB PHP Class is a small lightweight BBCode implementation. BBCode is short for Bulletin Board Code. It is used as a way for formatting posts made on message boards, blogs, and more. It is similar to HTML in the sense that in BBCode also uses tags to format something specific (contained within the tag). In BBCode, tags are indicated by rectangular brackets surrounding a keyword, which is in turn transformed into HTML before being delivered to a Web browser.
EPD Cookie Class is a light weight PHP class that can track cookies and user consent within the Directive 2002/58 on Privacy and Electronic Communications, otherwise known as E-Privacy Directive, which is an EU directive on data protection and privacy in the digital age. It presents a continuation of earlier efforts, most directly the Data Protection Directive. It deals with the regulation of a number of important issues such as confidentiality of information, treatment of traffic data, spam, and cookies.
The PHP Messages class is a simple, lightweight PHP class for handling default user based messages. It has a small selection of extensible functions for warnings, errors, etc. It is very customizable, allowing for flexibility while allowing consistent looking messages to be displayed.
Page Security is a small PHP class which attempts to close a couple of the security holes within default PHP configurations. Currently it will allow you to turn off all error reporting, undo gc_magic_quotes, apply a basic whitelist or blacklist to a page, and also verify the HTTP context by which a page has been called. Most of these should be considered "best practices" rather than major security vulnerabilities.
EasyPhpMassEmail is a PHP class that is intended for Web sites that need a simple solution for sending many email messages and do not have access to the PEAR packages for sending mass emails. The EasyPhpMassEmail class sends the email messages in batches and relies on an email queue page that reloads after each batch. By doing so, it is possible to send a large number of emails without problems using the mail() function and have a progress indication at the same time. The example files in the package demonstrate the use of the class.