This script allows for people using browsers that are RFC1867 compliant
to upload files directly through their web browser to your server.
Administrators can configure for each users where file will be uploaded.
This script is ideal for administrator's who want to allow users to
upload files, but don't want add a FTP account.
Trans - It's been seen before, but not on the WWW. This little
system of cgi scripts and html files gives a nicer interface between
user and file server. The system includes an ini file so the user
can customize his file system. The user must use a password enabled
web server. However, this system can automatically make restrictions
to new directories while they are being made, if it uses the ".htpasswd" protocol.
has been around for years! It was originally written by Mark Knickelbain
and has grown in popularity steadily. PSUpload is a quick and easy
to implement utility for permitting the upload of files (ASCII & Binary)
to your server from your web site. In November of 2000, PSUpload was
totally rewritten by Jim Melanson. PSUpload now allows users to specify:
File types to permit upload of... File types to prevent upload type
of.... Maximum size of files...
is a universal WWW form to E-mail gateway. There is only one required
form input tag which must be specified in order for this script to
work with your existing forms. Other hidden configuration fields can
also be used to enhance the operation of FormMail on your site.
libwww-perl collection is a set of Perl modules which provides a simple
and consistent application programming interface to the World-Wide
Web. The main focus of the library is to provide classes and functions
that allow you to write WWW clients. The library also contain modules
that are of more general use and even classes that help you implement
simple HTTP servers.
is a very simple system Access manager. You can define Guest account
or Administrator account. For each, you define login and password,
users can change password, and administrator can add / remove users.
You can define for each type, what pages can be visited by users...