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1. If I change

$url_to_fetch = "http://movies.yahoo.com/showtimes/showtimes.html?z=32607&r=sim/";

into

$url_to_fetch = "http://movies.yahoo.com/showtimes/";

it is still working, but if I change to

$url_to_fetch = "http://movies.yahoo.com/";

it stops working.

Anything I can do to bring it to work?    Cat: SiteShadow

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2. In the read me file, you stated that I should use the source of this code: copy and paste selections I wish to remove into the 'REPLACEMENTS' database at the top of the script.

Could you give an example how to accomplish that? There's a string %REPLACEMENTS... what do i copy in there?    Cat: SiteShadow

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3. I've just checked your SiteShadow script. It's a wonderful script. Congratulations! on making such a useful script. It works fine but I can not find how to use "Replacements" option in the script.

e.g.
if the HTML source code is [a href=http://www.domain.com/filename].html Text[/a]

Now, I want to remove the HTML code and not the text. Can u please give me one sample of accomplish this?    Cat: SiteShadow

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