I busted my a$$ out to figure it out but i had to ask for help.
Considering you have this line in a DB (TEXT field):
You can go here: <strong><?=$website['originalDomain']?></strong> and find information
That needs to be output in a html webpage between two <p> tags.
How can you eval the <?=$website['originalDomain']?> to the contents of
I've tried this:
print '<p>'.preg_replace( "'<\?=(.*?)\?>'esi", '\\1', $row['title'] ).'</p>'
Where $row is the result from mysql_fetch_assoc() function and 'title' is the field
containing the above line. If i use the above line of code (with preg_replace) or if i
simply try to eval the code i get errors like:
Warning: Unexpected character in input: '\' (ASCII=92) state=1 in
h:\wwwroot\work\site\website_gen.php(41) : regexp code on line 1
Parse error: parse error, unexpected $ in h:\wwwroot\work\site\website_gen.php(41) :
regexp code on line 1
Fatal error: Failed evaluating code: $website[\'originalDomain\'] in
h:\wwwroot\work\site\website_gen.php on line 41
As you note, it automatiaclly adds slashes to the ['originalDomain']. I tried to
remove them with stripslashes() or even again preg_replace() but doesnt work.
Please help !!!