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Extension to my Previous Question which is placed here "Hyperlink in help text which comes from XML"

My requirement was changed Now and it was a bit tough one.... :( My xml is something like this

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?> 
 <BaseURL>SomeUrl here</BaseURL>
    <HelpTab TabName="Account__c" Label="Account___c">
        <TabSection Name="Settings__c">
            <HelpLink  link="" >Settings Link</HelpLink>
            <HelpVideo video="" >Settings Video</HelpVideo>
    So on like this......

Say Account_c is a custom tab here & in that Settings_c is a sub tab.Now when I click on settings helptext should appear.My problem here is how can I compare a value which is coming from xml with a Custom tabName and again with a subtab and appropriately render the helptext.

My Apex class and Vf Page can be found here "Hyperlink in help text which comes from XML"

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BTW must your help data absolutely be XML format? This is the kind of thing well suited to custom labels. I get the feeling there is something bigger overall you're trying to achieve :-) worth elaborating if you can... – bigassforce Feb 5 '13 at 12:23
Can I cancel or stop bounty because this requirement no longer exist for me.Extreme Apologies for disturbing you people – Eagerin Sf Feb 5 '13 at 12:40
Internet karma points up for grabs, this is serious business! – bigassforce Feb 5 '13 at 12:41
You might try deleting the question then (it's very localized anyway so I doubt it can be of help to future visitors)... But as far as I know your rep for bounty is gone. – eyescream Feb 8 '13 at 10:17

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