Is there a tutorial or function somewhere that can go through an RSS feed as it’s being created (with PHP) and fix any relative urls it finds in the description tag?
I want /thispage.htm to become http://www.mysite.com/thispage
Feed validator spotted the problem and suggested i fix it.
Something like this do the trick for you?
//This line for demonstration only -Use as you wish
$Url = '/thispage.htm';
//Check the 1st character in the url string - if it is a /
if ($Url == '/')
//Replace the / with the domain
$Url = str_replace('/', 'http://www.mysite.com/', $Url);
//Output the url
And if your URL’s are in the text: use preg_replace_callback to call the above script
Ah yeah, it is in text. But couldn’t I just use str_replace on the entire text with same effect?
I don’t see any reason why not. You’ve have to be careful though and supply the full page of each item - thispage.htm that page.htm etc. You’d need to know in advance what you’re searching for though because otherwise even text that contains the \ would be replaced.