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this doesn´t work with ADDT, and it wouldn´t work with DW´s native behaviours as well -- what you want, is some sort of "PHP within PHP" solution, but all what does, is displaying the column contents with/without HTML markup and without having an "idea" how to parse additional PHP stuff.
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Thanks for the reply. I came up with a work around for what I am trying to do by adding a conditional region on the index.php. I still need to figure out the php within php solution, but it gives me a direction to move towards.
use eval() to evaluate your code stored in the variable.
but Chances are tiny mce is encoding the php as html and i am not sure if addt will also be html encoding it it as well, so you need to check in the database if the text is encoded or escaped in some fasion. dont use tiny mce to insert the code just use a normal text area field and if addt is html encoding then you will have to use addt html de encode function to reverse what ever addt may have done to it.