I wish I could say this works, but I'm not having success with this pattern. All the lines with display: none are still in the $bl string.


On Aug 9, 2009, at 1:50 AM, LinuxManMikeC wrote:


<li id="bullet_ug1_col2_9" style="display: list-item;">Reserved Frontstretch
Tower Ticket to the Camping World 300 on Saturday </li>
<li id="bullet_2_9" style="display: list-item;">Reserved Frontstretch Tower
Ticket to the Daytona 500 on Sunday </li>
<li id="bullet_addon_col2_9" style="display: none;"/>
<li id="bullet_addon3_9" style="display: none;"/>
<li id="bullet_option2_col4_9" style="display: none;"/>
<li id="bullet_option2_col3_9" style="display: none;"/>
<li id="bullet_option2_col2_9" style="display: none;"/>
<li id="bullet_option2_col1_9" style="display: none;"/>
<li id="bullet_option3_col4_9" style="display: none;"/>
<li id="bullet_option3_col3_9" style="display: none;"/>
<li id="bullet_option3_col2_9" style="display: none;"/>
<li id="bullet_option3_col1_9" style="display: none;"/>
<li id="bullet_option4_col4_9" style="display: none;"/>
<li id="bullet_option4_col3_9" style="display: none;"/>
<li id="bullet_option4_col2_9" style="display: none;"/>
<li id="bullet_option4_col1_9" style="display: none;"/>
<li id="bullet_option5_col4_9" style="display: none;"/>
<li id="bullet_option5_col3_9" style="display: none;"/>
<li id="bullet_option5_col2_9" style="display: none;"/>
<li id="bullet_option5_col1_9" style="display: none;"/>
<li id="bullet_5_9">Official Daytona 500 Race Week Program </li>
<li id="bullet_6_9">Benchwarmer Sports Souvenir Ticket Protector and Lanyard
</li>
<li id="bullet_7_9">On Site Benchwarmer Tour Staff </li>
<li id="bullet_8_9">All Taxes and Service Charges</li>




I'm CLOSE, but since the style = "display:[space]none" my preg_replace doesn't catch it. Can anyone help me determine the correct preg_replace
pattern to do this?

$bl = $_POST['bulletlist'];
$pattern = '|^.+?display:none.+?$|mi';
$bl = preg_replace($pattern,'',$bl);

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I found your use of ? rather... creative...  Anyway, just add the
condition "0 or more whitespace" to your regex.

$pattern = '|^.+display:\w*none.+$|';
I found your use of ? rather... creative...  Anyway, just add the
condition "0 or more whitespace" to your regex.

$pattern = '|^.+display:\w*none.+$|';



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