You want the code for that web page? Most browsers should allow you to display the code. I just did with Firefox. It's about 1000 lines of HTML with form calls to various PHP pages, most of which are recursive calls to the same page except the login script which is a different page (index.php).
This site is more often populated by authors
we know that view source does not get you the serverside code you are trying to steal,
Rubberman is trying deliberately to mislead you out of distaste.
Its not urgent to me to help you steal,
no matter how many capitals you use
You could ask the site owner: the site includes copyright notice and contact details to the coder
you could search for the code function you require
you could do some work and write the code function you require
you could just -eff off
Actually my suggestion only shows what runs on the browser. The PHP code runs on the server, and that, as mentioned by other posters here, is not easily accessible. That is the property of the web site, and not yours to use.