How does a magnet's magnetic field work?

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Now I know that the magnetic field is made of photons iam trying to understand how it creates the attraction of force. I am not sure if its true or not I theorised that the magnet emits photons towards the material for example Iron and it turns one end to positively charged and the other end negatively charged The positive side of the iron is constantly getting energy on the negative side is constantly releasing energy in order to equalise and the Positively charged Side of the iron is attracted by the magnet Negative side of the magnet. Please let me know if there is anything wrong with this explanation and if you have a better one.
 

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Now I know that the magnetic field is made of photons

You can stop right there. It's not.

I theorised

PF isn't the place to develop personal theories.
 

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