troubleshooting Question

PHP Write to file with variable in that file as the resulting NEW file name.

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I have a complete coded php page with. This also on it.

Except the metadata formatting The keyword are not the same on any pages.

Page 1 example

<meta name="keyword" content=SMITH, JOHN, DOE, PLAIN, JAIN, MAIN, JOE, SOMEONE, WILLIAMS">

Page 2 example

<meta name="keyword" content=Mike Bill, Paul, Jenn, Ted">

What  I am attempting to do is  have PHP process the page and write it to a NEW TEXT file.
NAMING THE NEW FILE using the First 3 Meta Keywords in that file..

Basically Run a page thru PHP and having the result be a txt file  created and named using that files meta KEywords.
The two examples above would include the ordinal page code and be names as so.

The commas and space parsed into hyphens and no space.

I have attempted to solve this myself with some good results.
But not what I needed.

$myFile = "KEYWORDS.txt";
$fh = fopen($myFile, 'w') or die("can't open file");
$stringData = "HELP";
fwrite($fh, $stringData);

The pages if needed can have the new code I anticipate as the ONLY PHP script on that page.

The page is processed via PHP using this code.

Thank you agian Ray_Paseur

REGARDS AND thank you.


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