PHP FormMail Generator - A tool to create ready-to-use web forms in a flash. Once the form has been generated, you have a full functional web form. Including error checking of required fields, email address validation, credit card number & expiry date checking, multiple attachments sending, and email auto responding.
Unlimited fields of form
All standard type of fields, plus lots of template, such as credit card number & expiry date...
List/menu builder for multiple lists of Radio Buttons, Selection Menu, Check Box.
Error checking : credit card number & expiry date, email address, required fields checking.
Mail multiple attachments
Email auto responding
Store submitted form data to a text file
Multiple language support ( to do )
Anti-spam feature for ISP companies( to do )
My name is Justin Smestad, some of you may know me from contracted work. If you do not, I am an experienced PHP programmer with hundreds of hours spent coding anything from simple scripts to extensive backends. I am now looking to start a new project this summer. It will be a web based control panel (much like CPanel, however based on gaming). This is going to blow the current market, aka exo, away. I am just posting to see if anyone on WHT is interested in doing some of the work. This is not a paid position. Here is a short discription on what exactly you would be doing:
designers: you will create the user interface for the clients and admins. You can make multiple themes for the control panel as well as put links in a footer to your design studio, or you. This is a good way to get exposure in the industry if you do not already have it.
Programmers: the heart and sole of the project, they will be assigned a module to work on or the core itself. The control panel will be broken down into very small modules in order to make it easier to update. Hours spent per module can range from 72 hours down to 10 minutes for things like the login.
If you have any questions, comments, or apply for a spot. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org I look forward to working with all of you. I feel this will be an excellent learning experience for us.
Last edited by Bunkermaster; 06-19-2003 at 04:45 AM.
Howdy ho neighbors. I have been working on a set of PHP scripts called (for no apparent reason) Lom2. It is site admin scripts based on the same premise as PHPnuke. The project is GNU/GPL and I have started a project page on Sourceforge. The project's home page is here. I am very interested in getting help from the community in development and security. Thanks in advance
I am building a way of detecting robots, not only by their 'user_agent' but also by their IP.
This is so that you can catch the robots that are anonymous, as well as email harvesting programs, search engines that hide their identity (like altavista).
Just wondering how interested people would be in this, yes or no.
It means you could let some robots view your site (like Google, Yahoo etc ), or stop them altogether (for email harvesting programs, or others that just chew up bandwidth).
I see it working a bit like a 'virus definition', where all the robots are saved into a mysql database, and each time someone identifies a new robot, the info is automatically sent to a central 'robots db' which all users can come to periodically and update their 'robot definitions'.
inspired by my recent move to CSS entirely and the Børk craze on the forums a little while ago, BørkBoard is designed to be a BBS that is compliant with XHTML 1.1/CSS 2.1. there will also be an XHTML 2/CSS3 version that will be released with Longhorn (the next version of windows, where HOPEFULLY internet explorer will support these specs). if you want to help, PM or email me through the boards.
there's no place i can be, since i found serenity.