On Dec 11, 3:25 am, lskatz <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I finally got around to this, and it turns out that even though the
> approach is good, I cannot insert HTML tags.  I chose to not use
> recursion to make it simple.  The problem is that it uses each
> character literally and displays the htmlentities instead of actually
> making html tags.

Because you are modifying the text node's nodeValue attribute, not its
innerHTML property so the replacement text isn't parsed as HTML.

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