Hi Mostafa,

You can create an element in memory, put the HTML inside the innerHTML, and 
then walk ti resulting DOM tree to find the <a> tags.
None of this is in any way connected to angular, but if you are struggling 
with this, thy to do what I said above, make a stackBlitz/Plunker and I 
will help you along.


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