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Date Submitted Thu. May. 20th, 2010 12:49 PM
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Helper jackoder
Tags PHP | short | URL
Comments 0 comments
Here's a code block for your projects to get shorter long urls.

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Have a nice work.
Date Submitted Wed. Mar. 3rd, 2010 11:13 AM
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Beginner wizard04
Tags DOMAIN | Email | IP | mailto | normalize | Parse | URI | URL
Comments 0 comments
Functions for validating, parsing, and normalizing URIs and their parts.
If you find any errors, please leave a comment.

parseURI(str) splits a URI into its parts
parseQueryNumeric(str) splits a query string into its name/value pairs; returns a 2-D array
parseQueryAssociative(str) splits a query string into its name/value pairs; returns an associative array
parseURL(str) splits a URL (i.e., http(s) scheme URI) into its parts
normalizeURLDomain(domain) converts an obscured URL domain to a more readable one
normalizeIPv4(ip) normalizes an IPv4 address
normalizeIPv6(ip) normalizes an IPv6 address
normalizeURLPath(path) converts an obscured URL path to a more readable one
parseMailto(str) splits a mailto scheme URI into its parts
normalizeEmailAddress(str) converts an obscured email address to a more readable one; unfolds and removes comments
fixURL(str, domain) attempts to fix a URL if needed
fixHyperlink(str, domain, allowMailto) attempts to fix a hyperlink address (http(s) or mailto) if needed

For URLs, note that IPvFuture addresses are not supported.
Date Submitted Wed. Mar. 3rd, 2010 11:05 AM
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Beginner wizard04
Tags Email | mailto | Parse | regex | URI | URL | validation
Comments 0 comments
(Supported by JavaScript, maybe other languages)
Date Submitted Tue. Jul. 14th, 2009 4:34 AM
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Scripter Cloudgen
Tags Class | JavaScript | query | String | URL
Comments 0 comments
This function is quite useful in accessing the query string, host, path and filename obtained from an url. See detailed discussion in A javascript class for retrieving query string
Date Submitted Tue. May. 29th, 2007 3:10 AM
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Helper morad
Tags Email | Expression | RegExp | Regular | URL
Comments 0 comments
Reg exp for finding url and email adresses. i'm using this from any projects of me. they working
Date Submitted Sun. May. 20th, 2007 5:27 AM
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Scripter SecondV
Tags Online | PHP | URL
Comments 1 comments
This simple function will check if a url is valid (going by parse_url()) and if it's 'online' - by seeing if it returns a 302, 301, or 200 status code.
Date Submitted Wed. Feb. 28th, 2007 12:30 PM
Revision 1
Helper Nico
Tags clickable | PHP | URL
Comments 2 comments
This function makes URLs in a given text clickable, and shorts down the link text if it's length is over the specified one. (Like vBulletin, etc... does)

Please explain negative votes, they're pointless otherwise...
Date Submitted Tue. Sep. 26th, 2006 12:56 PM
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Scripter sehrgut
Tags C | CGI | escape | URI | URL
Comments 0 comments
Another pull from my growing-towards-beta CGI library: sgcgi_url_unescape().

Note the use strcpy, which is faster than the equivalent memmove()ing. To ensure 64-bit safety, I plan to rename this function and then conditionally compile it to point to either strcpy or a 64-bit-safe memmove() implementation of strcpy.

However, even though copy order isn't guaranteed for strcpy, on 16-bit and 32-bit systems, all known implementations copy byte-by-byte from lower addresses to higher addresses. Some 64-bit optimized compilers may copy 8-byte chunks, making the assumption of full linearity unstable at best.

I know it sounds like I'm justifying use of nonstandard code for convenience . . . *blush* . . . it's just something that putting in a -DPEDANTIC type of preprocessor flag could fix if broken, and its SO much faster!