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this preg_replace isn't doing that.. the URLs already have your site address in them by the time $string is passed to it. Or else, the URLs are relative links and you are looking at the rendered html on your page..well since they are relative urls, the browser points to your site. In any case, this preg_replace isn't the issue.

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