You must have some white space going out somewhere before your
code/HTML "starts", that you are unaware of. If you can't find
it, you can always buffer up your output with ob_start() and
put it out later...
Brad Wright wrote:
> Hi all,
> Im new to this mailing list so im not sure what to expect from 'y'all' but
> i'm hoping this will be the beginning of a long and beautiful friendship.
> My question:
> i have a series of PHP4 pages that if I start a session (session_start()) on
> the first page (adminLogin.php), all is fine and dandy...all the
> session_resources get passed to the next page (login2.php) and i can get
> acccess to those session resources. Te problem is, at the top of the page a
> warning message is displayed:
> Warning: Cannot send session cache limiter - headers already sent (output
> started at /home/e-smith/files/ibays/test/html/login2.php:1) in
> /home/e-smith/files/ibays/test/html/login2.php on line 1
> What does this mean?? If i comment out the "session_start()" line, i dodnt
> get this message BUT i also dont get the session variuables i need.
> Hope Im making some sense, Hope someone can help.
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