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There are no full-size images in your feed. They are only found on the web pages of the articles themselves. Therefore, your code that extracts the textual content of articles should also extract the HTML code containing the image. In your case, it looks like this:

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This needs to be extracted from the page code and added to the $post[‘post_content’] variable before the text.Login to see the code

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Вот такой код получился, но картинка все равно маленькая:

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No. {URL} is a placeholder. This is where the address of the image for this article is located in your pages. You need to get it using preg_match(), just like you do with text, and substitute the found value instead of {URL} in <img src=”{URL}”>.

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No. {URL} is a placeholder. This is where the address of the image for this article is located in your pages. You need to get it using preg_match(), just like you do with text, and substitute the found value instead of {URL} in [Image Can Not Be Found].

You probably didn’t write the code yourself? I recommend you to use ChatGPT via this link, it will help you to write the code for CyberSEO Pro: Login to see this link

Спасибо, я использовал Bard для помощи в написании и правках кода, попробую еще ChatGPT по вашей ссылке.

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