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Urly: Clean and modify relative or absolute URLs

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This class can clean and modify relative or absolute URLs.

It can parse a given URL, split it in its parts and store the part values in class variables.

The class can reassemble the parts and return its value as an absolute or relative URL.

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 * Cleanup - You can remove all params and return just the domain

require '../urly.php';

$url = '';

$urly = new urly($url, true);
$result = $urly->run();





A URL Cleaner for PHP


<code>$host</code> is the domain ( <code>$path/$params</code> is the path from the domain (/search?q=Hello+World)


To get started, you can either view the examples within this repo or copy and paste the code below

<pre> require '../urly.php';

$url = 'YOUR_URL_HERE';

$urly = new urly($url, true); $result = $urly->run(); </pre>

When constructing Urly, you can set the following parameters

<pre>new url([URL], [Hide Path?], [Host]</pre>

If the hide path parameter is set to true, when you run <code></code> it will return <code></code>.

Relative URLs

You can put relative urls into Urly and receive a fully formed url, but you must also set the host so that it can be appended, to do this simple construct Urly like the example below:

<pre> $urly = new urly("/search?hello+world", false, ""); //outputs </pre>

Cleaner URLs

If you set the host as <code></code>, Urly will return <code></code>.

Return Params

If you want to get just the parameters from a URL, simply echo out the variable <code>params</code> like so:

<pre> require '../urly.php';

$url = '';

$urly = new urly($url); $result = $urly->run();

echo $urly->params; //outputs /gp/product/B002FJZLJY?ref_=gbsl_tit_l-1_4822_895d0299&smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER </pre>

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