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See my more detailed answer here http://salesforce.stackexchange.com/questions/71604/lightning-bug-in-lightning-framework-when-using-aurarenderif/72931#72931Lightning: Bug in Lightning framework when using aura:renderIf?

The framework does support nested ifs, it's simply that it has a bug you appear to be running into.

Surround the content of the second if with a div if possible.

You could also make the first child after the if a div (style="display:none" even works).

See my more detailed answer here http://salesforce.stackexchange.com/questions/71604/lightning-bug-in-lightning-framework-when-using-aurarenderif/72931#72931

The framework does support nested ifs, it's simply that it has a bug you appear to be running into.

Surround the content of the second if with a div if possible.

You could also make the first child after the if a div (style="display:none" even works).

See my more detailed answer here Lightning: Bug in Lightning framework when using aura:renderIf?

The framework does support nested ifs, it's simply that it has a bug you appear to be running into.

Surround the content of the second if with a div if possible.

You could also make the first child after the if a div (style="display:none" even works).

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See my more detailed answer here http://salesforce.stackexchange.com/questions/71604/lightning-bug-in-lightning-framework-when-using-aurarenderif/72931#72931

The framework does support nested ifs, it's simply that it has a bug you appear to be running into.

Surround the content of the second if with a div if possible.

You could also make the first child after the if a div (style="display:none" even works).