Hi Matt,


Note: HTTP/1.1 requires an absolute URI as argument to Location: including 
the scheme, hostname and absolute path.

Thus, print "Location:http:/www.host.com/admin.php"; should work.
Roel Mulder

At 13:57 04-01-2002 +0000, you wrote:
>Can't find the right instructions on php.net, basically, i want a page where
>someone logs in, and then according to the database entry for them, either
>they are an admin user or a normal user, and it should then send them to a
>page depending on which they are.
>I've accessed the db ok, and checked which they are, then i've used
>if ($myrow[Admin] == "Y"){
>         print "Location:admin.php";
>         print "Location:user.php";
>this doesn't sem to work - just gives a blank screen with the standard html
>headers and footers, rather than the desired location page.

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