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Performs search and replace in an HTML document

'phpGiggle' locates user-defined words and phrases in an HTML document or string, and replaces them with links to user-defined URLs. It includes pre-defined 'template' anchor tags for Google, CPAN, and others. You can design Web sites so that a single file contains the anchor tags for the entire site, with links dynamically generated when the page is requested by a visitor. This is particularly useful for sites with dynamically generated content, such as blogs and news sites. Content creators need not create links when posting new content; phpGiggle auto links the keywords and phrases at runtime. It also performs dynamic anchor tag generation very quickly and with no noticeable impact on the browser.


version 1.3.0 (beta)
released on 14 June 2004

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Janet Casey

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26 February 2004

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Tony Bierman Maintainer

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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 14 June 2004.


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