I've worked on a number of interesting web related projects and I'll give you the details of some them here.
In WPI, I worked on a Web based automobile spare part retailer. I lost most of the front end when I left school, but some of the details of the back end database connectivity are still here. The project was for a website that answered customers' questions regarding autmobile problems
and sold them the spare parts they would require. It connects to multiple retailer databases to do a cost comparision for the user.
The perl and C++ code in the appendix is my own and you can help yourself to it (if you want).
Next I worked on a project called the Digital Symposium Collection (or DiSC) for the ACM SIGMOD (Association for Computing Machinery, Special Interest Group on Management of Data). I received a certificate of commendation for this from the ACM.
When I started work in Granitar, my first main project was for the 'Star News' an online publication of the Arizona Star. I used Content Management software to create a dynamic online version of the existing paper. Articles were automatically pulled from the newspaper's database and made ready for publication in pre-created templates.