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    Since browsers like Mozilla properly render HTML code, instead of browsers like IE which try and figure out how the page is supposed to look like, instead, tags such as [ php ] do not display properly.

    filburt, please read the following post to solve this issue here, so that people (like me) who are using browsers other than IE can view [ php ] tags properly.

    http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/showp...04&postcount=9

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    As it's already marked with a bug and a fix, I'll implement it as soon as vB 2.3.1 comes out.
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    Why do you want to wait for vB 2.3.1 when you can apply these simple changes?

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    For a variety of reasons including my own file edits I do here at WDF.
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    Alright, but I hope you do understand that it is quite difficult to view code in [ php ] tags because of the extra line breaks.

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    To be honest, it's not vB's fault but the absolutely horrendously written function within PHP highlight_file (or highlight_string). It adds tons of empty tags, leading lines, and sometimes even screws up the coloring itself...
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    I've never noticed a problem (I've always used moz)...
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