September 11, 2022, 6:28am
i have no knowledge in php language but id like to know if
let say (this just an example) I have piece of code as such
header('link: <'. $request->url(null) .'>; rel="alternate"');
this will generate on HTTP header status as
link: <https://www.sitepoint.com/community/t/recaptcha-on-my-form-has-a-bug/395543>; rel="alternate"
is there any way for me (using PHP) to replace only
www.sitepoint.com part with a different string? example I set string for replacement as
abcdef so the output result become
link: <https://abcdef/community/t/recaptcha-on-my-form-has-a-bug/395543>; rel="alternate"
September 11, 2022, 6:45am
What exactly are you trying to do?
September 11, 2022, 6:47am
replacing some string from the output
No there is no way if you are not the owner of the code
September 11, 2022, 7:31am
owner of the code? what do you mean?
Can you access the source code and change it on the server?
September 11, 2022, 8:03am
its on my server
…are you saying I’m hacking into people’s servers?
I bought a script on ThemeForest…there’s some minus in it and some modifications,for example, i need to print the mobile version of current page at different URL from
Then I don’t understand your question.
You can replace the request->url() with whatever you want
September 11, 2022, 8:36am
it just an example and is taken from a different part of the script , it seems the code is used for canonical meta tag…i want to add an additional one as mobile alternate so the code doesn’t exist and I’m improvised a bit …
it just when I pasted into new line, i can’t change it into
m.abc.com, like i said i don’t understand PHP but it seems the modification seems not heavy ,
Sorry but your sentence is like
“My car is not driving any more. I have no idea why and I am not a mechanic but it could not be a big problem so tell me how to solve it”
September 11, 2022, 9:16am
my question is …is there some kind of function on PHP than can replace string before it printed , I’m not asking people to solve my problem …
like I said earlier
is there any way for me (using PHP) to replace only portion of string? …that the reason I said I don’t understand PHP , because I have no idea , I’m not asking people to solve it …
if there’s is, let say " oh you can use
phpinfo; " then I’m going to read how it works…, or maybe “no, PHP cant do that”
so my apologies I f somehow I sounded like asking for people to solve my problem, but I didn’t…
and thank you for your answer, but just nevermind my question
September 11, 2022, 9:27am
Why do this in PHP? Why not just change the HTML?
December 11, 2022, 4:27pm
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