Did you tried this?

<a  href="${node/url}" tal:content="${node/string}">Doesn't matter what is 
here</a>

Ian Boersma wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> I am using PHPTAL to templatize a website that needs to be delivered in
> English and Spanish (so I'm using PHPTAL's integrated 'gettext' class for
> doing the string translation).  While this is going great for simple strings
> and standalone hyperlinks (e.g.: a href="....")  I'm not sure how to handle
> it when dealing with a string with an embedded hyperlink.
> 
> For example, I have the string:  "Check out our new <a
> href="/posts/cc_launcher.php">Classroom Corner"</a> feature, where you can
> stay up-to-date with all the goings-on for your child's classroom!"  While I
> an use the "tal:attribute" method on standalone hyperlinks (say in a
> navigation menu) and can use the "tal:content" or "i18n:translate" methods
> to replace strings, I'm not sure how to achieve BOTH in this mixed
> string/hyperlink model.  At this point, applying the "tal:content" method
> only allows me to replace the entire string (anchor tag included) with
> another string (thus, removing the anchor tag altogether in the output).
> 
> Any ideas how to use PHPTAL to replace both the string portion of this AND
> the attribute portion?
> 
> Thanks in advance for your help,
> 
> Ian
> 
> 
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