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add link to xml jquery gallery

Hello Experts,

I bought a jquery gallery template which uses xml to add the images.  There are default nodes it came with, the xml looks like that attached code.

They are using jquery to put it all together.  If you need more infomration just ask.  I want to know how to add a <a> tag into the <description> tag.

So something like <description>  <a href="www.awesomewebsite.com">Here</a> is an awesome website I designed </description>

I don't code things....so im at your mercy!!!  Please help!
		<category id="logo">logos</category>
		<category id="print">print</category>
		<category id="interactive">interactive</category>
		<category id="icon">computer icons</category>
		<category id="webbanner">web banner central</category>
		<category id="personal">personal projects</category>

			<description>Logo for an online pizza ordering service</description>

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You will probably need to upload the jQuery gallery code, and possibly the gallery page. A link to the live page might be a better option.
leena42Author Commented:
Hi there!  Thanks so much for checking out my questions.

Here is a link to the website


I think you will have access to the files you need there but I've also attached the xml and js files.

Any light you can shed is greatly appreciated.

have you tired giving like this in your xml?

<a href="www.awesomewebsite.com">Here</a> is an awesome website I designed </description>

I just went through the js and since it uses color box I just tried giving a link in the title and worked fine in a colorbox example.

So the same should work for you as well. Just give that and check, I will have a look later on.

leena42Author Commented:
Thanks for help,  it wouldn't work by just putting it in how you suggested.

Had to be done like this.... and I don't think that's valid html

          this is the site

note no "" around url.
leena42Author Commented:
          <a href=http://site.com>this is the site</a>

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