Couple of notes from the userbase show how to include HTML in 
a php $content passed to eval()



At 05:07 PM 2/8/2001 +1300, Simon Helson wrote:
>Hey guys - I've been mulling this one over for a few days now - and still
>haven't come up with anything intelligent to sort it...
>I'm building a site where you can edit the content on the fly - basically
>allowing you to write code and add pages without touching a telnet or ftp
>session etc etc etc...
>So I end up with chunks of text stored in my database - which I then pull
>out and (currently) do the following with:
><pull text out of database to $content>
>echo $content;
>This works real nice when the text is plain HTML - makes setting up a site
>nice-n-easy.. however, I want certain people to be able to put php code in
>their snippets using <? and ?> as you would when editing a normal php
>This is where my $echo falls over - none of the php code is executed (as
>you would expect). What I really want to be able to do is:
>I haven't been able to find any ways to do this though - eval() looks for
>just php code and include() and require() look for filenames. I really
>don't want to store my snippets as files - but I guess I may have to if I
>can't find a way to pull em out of a database and include() em.
>Any help would be much appreciated
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