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.
Web User Interface is a stripped down version of WebPages that scans the directory structure of a webserver for personal homepages of its users, and then builds a list of all available personal homepages. Specifically, this program searches users' home directories for a subdirectory called public_html containing an index file such as index.html.
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.
WebWarper Site Optimizer aims to reduce the download time and data rate of the pages of your Web site via automatic dynamic compression of all Web pages using gzip. Compression speed is about 200-500 Kb/sec on Pentium-500 and tends to compress by 2-10 times. As most machines are bandwidth limited, not CPU limited, the decompression cost is amortized through the increased transfer rate. WebWarper Pro does not require any special software. It works on both Apache and MS IIS.
Webber is a tool for harmonizing and providing metadata for Web content. Originally conceived as an HTML preprocessor, it has evolved to an environment for producing and maintaining the contents and metadata of Web pages. It processes a set of source files to produce the final version of Web pages off-line, according to user specifications.