You might want to talk to Pyro about that - as I said, I'm not brilliant with RegExps. Are you looping through each line looking for things, then printing the contents of the variable? That's what I would try.
Well, all I know is this ereg/preg_match/preg_match_all stuff gets quite confusing--more so when it doesn't work as expected. lol
Can you use require() on a file that is on a different server?
I've never tried (or used) it, how's the syntax? require("http://myotherothersite.com/myfile.php"); right?
That's it; if that works then you could grab other files.
Hmmm... It's an idea. Hold on let me test it.
Yes, and it should work as long as
allow-url-fopen is set on the server. (I just checked the docs).
Yes, it does work. That's neat.. Now about getting all of the URLs in it...
I'm starting to think you may have to go via CGI...
That's a possibility. Man, I sure wanted to use PHP, though. It's so much easier to find a free server that way. *Sigh*
CGI is more powerful than PHP, though, isn't it? It's also quite a bit harder... Well, not too hard, but the syntax is a bit different.... And you have to learn how to, "move around" in it.
If you want to find a free web host, try
http://www.clickherefree.com. It's a free database of free web hosts. freewebspace.net is another (I think).
Don't worry about me, I can find one for free. lol I've been practicing that for over a year now. lol
Yeah, I've been through geocities, IT3, brinkster, Tripod and only recently have moved on to paying for hosting - at the moment I'm hosting my own, but I'm probably going to move to colocation soon.
If you don't need anything that Bravenet isn't already giving you,
Brinkster might be better for you. They offer MySQL and ASP, put no ads on your pages, and are free.
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