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2 conditions in one if statement

Posted on 2009-05-18
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in this statement:

".($subpage=="management" ? 'class="active"' : ''). "

i need to add this condition:

where $value['id']=="50"
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".($subpage=="management" && $value['id']=="50" ? 'class="active"' : ''). "
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gorgeous! thanks wellhole
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