Read More Script in PHP

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This is a simple script that allows you to create a teaser/excerpt in your home page.

The function contains two arguments. To use it, you need to pass a parameter into the function.

Parameters:

content = required
word_limit = optional

Function:

  1. function excerpts($content, $word_limit = 30)
  2. {
  3. $words = explode(" ",$content);
  4.  
  5. return implode(" ",array_splice($words,0,$word_limit));
  6. }

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Comments

Call the function as  <?php echo excerpts($content); ?>

how can i use it with a php get function from mysql data base

Its worked for me

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