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SnippetMaster Support Forums  |  General  |  How To's & FAQs  |  Topic: OnExit or OnClose? « previous next »
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[-] OnExit or OnClose?
« on: May 21, 2009, 10:51:45 PM »

I want to use PHP do some post-processing on the HTML that the user has edited using Snippetmaster (eg replacing email addresses with links to a form-based mail program). Is there any onClose or OnExit option where I could have Snippetmaster include a named PHP file when it saves an edit? Alternatively, is there any way to add my own PHP to the top of the index page (so that it runs each time the index page refreshes?).

John Geddes
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[-] Re: OnExit or OnClose?
« Reply #1 on: May 22, 2009, 12:22:15 PM »

Hello,

I'm sorry, but this is currently not possible.

I will add this on the to-do list, however, as I like the idea of being able to run your own "pre/post processing" code if desired for any HTML content being edited.

Cheers!
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