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Default call Function in SQL Statement

I'm searching a blog post database field with embedded HTML and highlighting the found strings but it's selecting and highlighting HTML tags breaking the HTML.

I have a regular expression function RemoveHTMLI use to display excerpts without the HTML that I am trying to call from my SQL to prevent tag matches but it does nothing.

Here's the SQL: "SELECT Content_ID, Content_Title, Content_Body, Content_FeaturedImage FROM Content WHERE ((Content_Title) Like ?) OR (" & RemoveHTML("Content_Body") & " Like ?) And Content_Active = 'Y' ORDER BY Content_Title ASC;"

The query runs but it returns HTML. Any ideas?

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