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  1. OJBECTIVE: My goal is to send a $_GET or $_POST variable from an RSS feed when the user clicks on a link housed within the <description> subelement of an <item> tag. The data from the superglobal will be used to display content on a host webpage designed as an index for all <item>s hosted within the same and ultimately other channels. CODE SAMPLE: <item> . . <description>Grammar Captive Free Weekly Podcasts: <![CDATA[<a href='http://www.grammarcaptive.com/podcasting/podcasts.php?episode_no=003' title='Episode Title' target='_self'>Episode
  2. Hi thereI'm not a programmer, but need some help to find a way of displaying text in the CDATA section of an XML file using XSL. Or if there is an alternative to using XSL then I'm all ears (eyes?). Take, for example, the following line of my XML file: <property id="instruction1" media="screen"><![CDATA[<p>Select the <span class="bold">option</span> you think is correct.</p>]]></property> I ONLY want to display the text between the 'p' tags, i.e. "Select the option you think is correct." The formatting 'span' tag can be included if necessary, just as
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