Shawn McKenzie wrote:
> Shawn McKenzie wrote:
>> Govinda wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> (PHP newbie here. Newbie-level task to match.)
>>> I am RTFM and working on this.. but I am also under deadline, so, I ask
>>> you in case you can point me quick where to read... what functions I
>>> need to use for this.
>>> Incoming URL will look like these, for example:
>>> I need to parse those URLs and set the value of $myfolder to as follows:
>>> BUT if there is no dir/ in between the domain and file,
>>> like so:
>>> then I want:
>>> I am playing with $_SERVER['PATH_TRANSLATED'], ..
>>> what function will parse that best?
>>> I need to also account for when the URL does not have an in-between
>>> dir/, nor a filename in it, e.g.:
>>> (then again $myfolder=default)
>> No way, you want to "parse" the "url"?
>> How about, parse_url()?
> Oh, and in the future, if you want to "strip" the "slashes" from a var,
> you would use the remove_escape_char() function :-)
Sorry, after actually reading your post, and having nothing else to do
at the moment (one solution):
$myfolder = basename(dirname($_SERVER['PHP_SELF']));
$myfolder = 'default';
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