My Classifieds is a Perl CGI implementation of online classifieds, similar to other classifieds or auction sites. It displays all aspects of the classifieds and creates all of the files for you. Only one file needs to be edited to specify the categories, colors, template, and a few other site-specific variables and preferences. The script supports email and deletion/modification of ads by users, as well as searching ads, and auto-delete after an admin-specified number of days. It also has an intuitive language module that is easy to edit. Already supported are English, Spanish, German, and Dutch.
My Voting Script is a simple CGI Perl script which implements a polling mechanism to be added to a Web page. After putting the question and answers in the config file, it will automatically generate the the needed form. It can be used as a standalone CGI script or as an SSI (server side include) for embedding into existing Web pages.
My Photo Gallery is a Web-based photo gallery that also supports non-image filetypes. It is easy to setup and even easier to maintain. Slick-looking image galleries and thumbnails are generated on the fly from any root directory that you specify. Albums can be created using the included Web-based adiminstration tool or by creating a directory and copying your pictures and files to that directory. A Web administration interface is available to help add descriptions, rename images, rotate images (losslessly), and more. It includes advanced features such as image logging, renaming, resizing, image rotation, smilies, and visitor comments. Unlimited filetypes may be recognized, and custom images for them can be displayed in your galleries, allowing you to archive MP3s, MPEGs, AVIs, etc.
Quiz Me! is a simple CGI/PERL application that allows one to give quizzes over the Web. It grades the quiz and tells the user how they did, prints out some neat graphs, and tells them what their score could mean to them. This is all done easily by editing a plain text file that contains all of the questions and answers (a sample is included).
My Site is a template-based script to run an entire Web site. It uses MySQL as a backend, and it supports posting, user accounts, user logins, and plugins to many of the other free scripts on www.fuzzymonkey.org, such as voting polls, photo galleries, and links. This is all provided with a nice Web-based management script to set up and maintain the entire site.
My Classifieds SQL is a Perl/CGI/MySQL implementation of online classifieds, similar to other classifieds or auction sites. Only one file needs to be edited to specify the categories, colors, template, and a few other site-specific variables and preferences. The script supports email and deletion/modification of ads by users, as well as searching ads, and auto-delete after an admin-specified number of days. My Classifieds SQL also comes with an administration panel where the admin can delete and ban users and reset users' passwords. The admin can also delete and edit ads. It has an intuitive language module that is easy to edit. Already supported are English, Spanish, German, and Dutch.
My Survey MySQL is a script which allows you to conduct a survey over the Web. It stores the responses in a MySQL database. You can retrieve the results over the Web in either a sortable HTML table, a bargraph summary, or a downloadable spreadsheet. This script is cabable of recording and displaying thousands of responses.
My Calendar is a lightweight, easy-to-use Web calendar. There is also an included email script that you can have cron run every day to remind you of upcoming appointments. It can also generate slick looking printable calendars in Postscript and Adobe PDF format. Microsoft Outlook schedules can be easily imported.
My Signup Sheet is a simple Web-based application that allows visitors to sign up for events. It is intended to be used for teachers and organizations wishing to allow users to sign up for events. The admin may specify the events, number of seats available, and information required from each user. The admin can also specify a unique email address for each event to be notified when someone signs up.
My Address Book is a Web-based contact list program. It stores information like addresses, phone numbers, email addresses, and Web sites, and has a notes section for custom information. It includes a comprehensive search function. Add, delete, and edit functions can be password protected using htaccess.
My Blog aims to be simple to use while taking care of many advanced features for the user. This includes automatically resizing pictures when uploaded, pagination of blog entries as specified, and truncating and formatting of text as specified. The admin chooses from posting via the secure online script or via email, making blogging via camera phone possible. The admin is emailed when visitors post comments. Data can be stored using MySQL or flat files. Plugins for the My Photo Gallery and My Calendar scripts are available, and the admin can write his own plugins. The templating scheme is simple, compatible with all of the other scripts, and employs CSS. Visitors can also subscribe to notification of new posts by email or RSS.
My Guestbook is an easy to use and install guestbook script. It is fully customizeable with a combination of CSS and HTML templates. Visitors can leave you a note along with their name, email address, and location. This works well for personal Web sites, and is customizable enough for professional sites. It also includes comprehensive spam-fighting features. In the Administration Panel, you can ban IP addresses and keywords if your guestbook is being used by spammers. The admin is emailed when someone signs the book.
Re: kinda misleading
As the author, I felt that I must reply. This script is
by far the hardest one of mine to get working. This
is because of the necessity to actually edit a few
lines of perl code to match each survey that you are
conducting. Please do not be reluctant to try my
other easy to use scripts just because of the extra
level of experience needed for this script.
BTW: I do go over everything in the README, but it
may require some patience