You could wrap <span> with an ID around the string with the @screen_name in
it. and have @Anywhere only trigger on that ID.

You should also be able to use jQuery selectors to only closely match the
content you want hovercarded.

Something like: T("td#content > p.center").hovercards(); I think should
work.

http://api.jquery.com/category/selectors/

Abraham

On Thu, Apr 29, 2010 at 15:35, Matt McGee <m...@mattmcgee.com> wrote:

> Hi everyone. Hope you'll be kind to a non-programmer here. :-) I think
> I have an unusual circumstance involving the use of @anywhere on my
> web site.
>
> The site in question is called @U2. Yep, been using the @ symbol on
> our site since 1998 and it's all over the place. The specific problem
> I'm having can be seen on this page:
>
> http://www.atu2.com/news/larry-mullen-stars-in-canadian-movie.html
>
> I'm using the hovercards and you can see the author's name correctly
> brings up her hovercard for @tassoula. I'm calling the javascript to
> only show hovercards in this main content window, so that the headings
> on the right (@U2 Blog Posts, @U2 Calendar, etc.) won't be linked.
>
> But ... as you can see in the first sentence of the article, the
> mention of our site name is also linked to a hovercard for @U2.
> There's no Twitter account in that name. (The band should own it but
> doesn't.)
>
> Is there any way to solve for this? Thanks in advance.
>
> Matt
>



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