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    Insert Ad Code Within Page

    Anyone have preexisting code to find the first occurence of </p> in an article and then insert adcode after it? Don't want to reinvent the wheel if I don't have to.
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    Eh, there's probably a more efficient way of doing it (but regular expressions confuse the hell out of me), but off the top of my head....

    Code:
    // where $article is... erm... your article. ;)
    $arr = explode("</p>", $article);
    $arr[1] = "your add code here".$arr[1];
    $article = implode("</p>", $arr);
    echo $article;
    Last edited by KelliShaver; 06-21-2006 at 12:32 PM.

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    This should do what you are after:

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    $content = preg_replace('<\</p\>>', '</p>'.$square_ad, $content, 1);
    Just appends '$square_ad' after the first '</p>'. In my case, '$square_ad' was Adsense code.

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    I assume with yours I could just change the final argument to be whichever paragraph I want?
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    Looking at the preg_replace page, it looks like changing it to 3 for example would put an ad after first, second and third - not just the third.

    KelliShaver's should be easier to do something like that, eg:

    Code:
    $arr[3] = "your add code here".$arr[3];
    would put it after third I believe.

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    Yep. What it's doing is appending it to the beginning of the 4th paragraph (the array count starts at 0).

    You could also do:

    Code:
    $arr[2].="yoour ad code";
    to append it to the end of the 3rd. It really makes no difference which you do, and I really don't know why I did it one way and not the other in the example above.
    Last edited by KelliShaver; 06-21-2006 at 05:13 PM.

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