I'm not sure what programming language needs to be used in order to accomplish what needs to be done, so I just selected several that I thought would work.
All the HTML code for the new features has already been done and you can see a demo of it by going here (Admin ID/Password: demo): [url removed, login to view]
The [url removed, login to view] page is where the work needs to be done.
I need the "Report" link in the header to show the blue bar and when an option is selected it will send the value to the MySQL on my server.
The Category Selector Panel
This feature is to make it easier to select an appropriate category. The features listed below shouldn't refresh the entire page for obvious reasons.
It should load the contents of the category combobox that's on the webpage in the iframe into the category selector panel as shown. When you select a category it should change it in the iframe on the website. If you double click a category, then it adds it to the "Auto List" section (MySQL database)(You can't see this section, but it's complete. It needs a container to open the list.). When you go to another website, it will go through the auto list of categories and automatically try to pick the first correct category it comes across if one matches. If you double click a category in the auto list, then it will be removed.
The "Clear" link removes all the categories in the auto list.
The "Next >>" link allows you to automatically go through the auto list again and select the next correct match further down the list. This is because sometimes there'll be two sub-categories that are the exact same, but under two different parent categories and it will select the first one which may be wrong so you'll need to go to the next one.
Make the list box automatically 100% height to the area.
The image "X" button minimizes the panel and there's another panel you can't see but when the button is pressed, it will maximize the panel. It should remember if it's minimized or maximized so that when you go to another website, it doesn't keep maximizing when you have it minimized.