Try this :



Andrey Hristov
Web Developer
Icygen Corporation

On Wednesday 12 December 2001 02:06 pm, you wrote:
> Hello there,
> I need to write all of the href="" contents into an array. Presently I use
> the following code, which works like charm:
> <.CODE>preg_match('!HREF=[\"\' ]{0,}([^\"\'>]*)[\"\'>]!i', $Content,
> $reg_array)<./CODE>
> That, however, doesn't support Frames so I would need to make the script
> match "HREF" or "SRC". I tried the following code, but it doesn't want to
> support frames and ceases to support usual HREF's as well.
> <.CODE>preg_match('!(HREF|SRC)=[\"\' ]{0,}([^\"\'>]*)[\"\'>]!i', $Content,
> $reg_array)<./CODE>
> In other words I replace <.CODE>HREF<./CODE> with
> Any ideas how to make the script support both?
> Yours,
> Lauri

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