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i have a piece of code which is helped to display the description of custom taxonomies but i want to put <h1> tag for the title of description, but that description box doesn't takes html tags, so how can i implement html tags to my description here is my code

<div class="featured post">
                    <p><?php 
            if ( is_tax( 'location' ) ) {
                echo term_description();
            }
            elseif (is_tax('mba_courses')){
                echo term_description();
            }
            elseif (is_tax('duration')){
                echo term_description();
            }
            ?></p>


                </div>
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H1 tags around the descriptions?

echo '<h1>' . term_description() . '</h1>';

UPDATE: Add link to plugin to allow HTML in term descriptions.

WordPress Plugins - Allow HTML in Category Descriptions
This will work with custom taxonomies to.
http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/allow-html-in-category-descriptions/

Copy of the appropriate code
For those of you that want to simply see how it's done.

$filters = array('pre_term_description', 'pre_link_description', 'pre_link_notes', 'pre_user_description');
foreach ( $filters as $filter ) {
    remove_filter($filter, 'wp_filter_kses');
}

foreach ( array( 'term_description' ) as $filter ) {
    remove_filter( $filter, 'wp_kses_data' );
}
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but this will make entire description in H1, my description will be having something in paragraph, where i want just the title should be in h1 –  ntechi Dec 15 '10 at 11:08
    
It wasn't clear exactly what you wanted from the information provided, but i've updated my answer with a link and some code. –  t31os Dec 15 '10 at 11:52
    
hey thanks mate, it worked, thanks a lot –  ntechi Dec 16 '10 at 5:03
    
If your question has been addressed please be sure to mark the answer as correct, and you're welcome... ;) –  t31os Dec 16 '10 at 10:48
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