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    <if="->member['id']">

    OK, I'm reasonably proficient in HTML, but had not seen this tag until today. I came across it on a site running the Invision forum software, only because it is not rendered correctly in Firefox 2.0.0.9. IE 6 and Opera do display it correctly. Does anyone have a link to details on syntax, etc?

    Another example:
    Code:
    <if="->member['g_use_pm'] AND ->member['members_disable_pm'] == 0">
    ROSCO

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    That is not valid html coding at all.

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