Using a script like below, or add to it functionality,...may understand by anyway, that the $search_string1 is at the code but not viewed in browser as text of url=$start_url1 eh is <a> href attribute?


Code:
        <?php
$start_url1 = "http://www.l-web-dev.net/contains/index.php";
$start_url2 = "http://www.polis-realestate.eu/links.htm";
$start_url3 = "http://www.l-web-dev.net/contains/cellural-internet.php";

$search_string1 = "http://www.paphoscarhire.com";
$search_string2 = "www.cytayellowpages.com.cy/directory_uk/green_dir.asp";
$search_string3 = "http://www.pafoscarhire.com";

# get the file contents
$str1 = @file_get_contents( $start_url1 );
$str2 = @file_get_contents( $start_url2 );
$str3 = @file_get_contents( $start_url3 );

$number1=substr_count($str1,$search_string1);
$number2=substr_count($str2,$search_string2);
$number3=substr_count($str3,$search_string3);

echo $number1.", ".$number2.", ".$number3;
        ?>