I hope I understood you right... I would use PCREs:


function getdomainname($string)
    $pattern = '#(([[:alnum:]]+)(\.))?(.+)(\.)([[:alnum:]]+)#i';
    $replace = '\\4';
    return preg_replace($pattern, $replace, $string);


echo getdomainname($var);




> Hey
> I'm looking and wondering for a function, as i'm trying to do something, and
> here it is.
> I'm using the SSI call :
> <!--#echo var="HTTP_HOST" -->.
> to get the domain name I am on. this will output
> www.domain.com.
> I would like to use PHP in order to take this string, the output, and cut
> the "www." and the ".com" from it, so only the "domain" will remain.
> ofcourse we can also have situations whith ".org" and ".net" and even where
> there's no "www." but the main thing I need is to remove whats
> after the second dot and before the first dot, along with the dots.
> I don't mind writing all the posibilities to the function, ie, all the
> possible extenstions that the function may need to cut, I just need it to
> take
> the text from the SSI, and cut everything but the "domain" part, which is
> the address itself.
> what would be the best way to do it?
> thank you!!

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