Use php.ini to replace html with anything

What to include?

By including a php file using php.ini, you can replace the headers in your html with dynamic headers.

Include a php file that contains a function to replace html with different html. You include a file from your php.ini like auto_prepend_file /web/askapache.com/config.php?


config.php example from: Effective way to update your blog's header scripts

<?php
function Config($page)  {

$googleAnalytics = '<!-- Google Analytics -->
<script src="http://www.google-analytics.com/urchin.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
<script type="text/javascript">_uacct = "UA-188760-13";urchinTracker();</script>
';

$quantcast = '<!-- Quantcast  -->
<script type="text/javascript" src="http://edge.quantserve.com/quant.js"></script>
<script type="text/javascript">_qacct="p-0dzSWakPjpGqM";quantserve();</script>
<noscript><img src="http://pixel.quantserve.com/pixel/p-0dzSWakPjpGqM.gif" style="display: none" height="1" width="1" alt="Quantcast"/></noscript>
';

$mybloglog = '<!-- MyBlogLog -->
<script type="text/javascript" src="http://track.mybloglog.com/js/jsserv.php?mblID=2007020306380804"></script>
';

$pages  = array(); // Add pages (relative to the public site root) that should be ignored
$ip    = array(); // Add IP addresses that should be ignored, for instance you don't want to track yourself or your company's visit to your blog.

if (
  strpos($page,'frameset') !== false ||
  (!empty($ip) && in_array($_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'], $ip)) ||
  (!empty($pages) && in_array((isset($_SERVER['PHP_SELF']) && !empty($_SERVER['PHP_SELF']))?$_SERVER['PHP_SELF']:$_SERVER['SCRIPT_NAME'], $pages))
  )
{ return $page; }
$replace = array
  (
    '</head>',
    '</head>'
  );
  return str_replace($replace, "n{$googleAnalytics}nn{$quantcast}nn{$mybloglog}r</head>", $page);
}
ob_start("Config");
?>

php.ini

auto_prepend_file

Specifies the name of a file that is automatically parsed before the main file. The file is included as if it was called with the include() function, so include_path is used. The special value none disables auto-prepending.

auto_append_file

Specifies the name of a file that is automatically parsed after the main file. The file is included as if it was called with the include() function, so include_path is used. The special value none disables auto-appending.

Note: If the script is terminated with exit(), auto-append will not occur.

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