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    Clearbox 3 Question [URL Issue]

    Hi I'm using this clearbox 3 jquery script and I can't for the life of me get a title to show up with an href url. I would be forever grateful if someone could take a look at this please.

    Thanks!

    http://www.clearbox.hu/index_en.html

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    this is what i've found in the official usage description:

    Code:
    Using HTML codes in comment and HTML mode
    
    You can use any HTML codes in your comment or in HTML mode (href="htmlcontent"), 
    but you have to keep your eyes open and make some tricks. Let me explain, why. 
    Don't forget, that if you're writing a comment or adding the 'html=' parameter in HTML mode, 
    YOU ARE IN AN OPENED REL ATTRIBUTE OF AN OPENED <a> TAG! 
    So it is clean-cut, that you cannot use any < > and " characters here!
    
    Thatswhy, instead of use this HTML code: 
    <font color="#ff6600">my text</font> 
    
    Use THIS: 
    &lt;font color=&quot;#ff6600&quot;&gt;my text&lt;/font&gt; 
    
    Yeah, I know: it's not too nice, but it's really simple: 
    
    use &lt; INSTEAD OF <
    
    use &gt; INSTEAD OF >
    
    use &quot; INSTEAD OF "
    
    use &apos; INSTEAD OF apos;
    
    use &amp; INSTEAD OF & 
    
    That's it! :)
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    Hi Padonak, thanks so much for responding. Yes I definitely tried that but it seemed to corrupt the tag or something and disabled the entire script altogether..

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    I realize this is an old thread but I just ran into the same problem.

    Anyone know how to add a link in the title or comment?

    I've tried encoding the URL several different ways.

    What I find odd is the fact that you can use <br/> or <font color="#ff6600">my text</font> without encoding.

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