I should mention that 99.9% of domains will fall into standard form ( handle.domain or )As such, You are definitely more likely to let a user enter a bad URL they did not intend because it validates then to let a uncommon domain actually be used.
As such- a much simpler regex would likely 'make more people happy' than being 100% correct to tech spec.
I am doing step by step and trying to learn the most I can if every one.
The output will then be provided to the web browser as either a valid or an invalid URL.
Then all of the URLs to be tested are placed in an external text file (data.txt), which is placed in the same directory as the validating script.
To test choice #1: Discussion of testing script First, the validating function is added to the top of the PHP script.
Validating URLs is important to form handling and PHP data processing. os Csid=xlo8u8nl8m4t725 ftp:// ftp://[email protected]://EN. So the %slippage can be computed:%slippage=3/27 =11.11% (the lower percentage the better The URLs numbered 1 to 40 above are acceptable URLs.
Currently there are numerous solutions for validating URLs. This validating function over-judged 14 URLs (instead of marking the URL as valid, it is marked invalid).