Elastic Webeditor is Perl script that alows users to edit their home pages online. Administration is also implemented. It supports plugins like a tar.gz viewer, CheckLinks log processor and others. Its main feature is that you need only one unix style account, but you can have as many webeditor users as you need. Each one can edit/upload files in his folders. There is also some kind of SSI support. It is easy to write your own plugins if you know some Perl. Elastic Webeditor is used by opencores.org.
XMLDB uses an RDBMS to persist arbitrary XML documents. Due to its storage mechanism, searching for and recalling documents is extremely quick. You can also perform XSL translation on documents with surprising speed. The library can be used in any program to store libxml2 documents. A PHP module is also included, making XMLDB into a complete three-tier Web application development suite.
PHP/Toolbox is designed to make the process of creating database-powered Websites easier. It utilizes the iterative, or step-by-step development paradigm. It therefore enables you to create fully-functional Web interfaces for an arbitrary set of DB tables within minutes. Any changes you make in these tables after the test driving will be handled automatically. You can then adjust this automatic interface in an iterative manner to suit your specific needs.
WebUMake Web allows you to provide individual Web sites to users with a WYSIWYG browser-based editor and file manager in a template-based, secure environment. It can be configured to allow pages to be uploaded created within an offline HTML editor, and can also be integrated with WebUMake Mail.
SiteMesh was built upon the Java Servlet 2.3 API. It is a web-page layout system and web-application integration system to aid in creating large sites consisting of many pages for which a consistent look/feel, navigation, and layout scheme is required. It intercepts requests to any static or dynamically generated HTML page requested through the web-server, parses the page, obtains properties, and data from the content, and generates an appropriate final page with modifications to the original. It is ideally suited for Java based sites (particularly JSP) but can be dropped into any existing site that uses a Servlet engine including static, CGI, PHP, and ColdFusion generated pages.