From: Ashley Sheridan
> On Fri, 2009-09-18 at 19:01 +0200, Ralph Deffke wrote:
>> sorry man, but no blancs etc. means NOTHING should be send before the
>> it should look like this:
>> <?php 
>> header("Location: advertise2.php"); 
>> ?>
>> here u can do ur html
>> not one! single char incl. space should be outputted before the
> header e.g. before the php open tag.
> I think this sort of issue arises particularly because of the
> misconception that PHP is embedded inside HTML pages. Once a person
> that idea in their head, they will start to work with an HTML template
> and add PHP as necessary. While that can work, in cases such as this,
> it's best to remember that HTML (and XML or other languages, etc) is
> inserted into PHP scripts.

After using Perl to generate HTML, that is exactly what it looks like. I
always believed that was the way PHP was designed, so the PHP scripts
are embedded inside the HTML. It is a much more logical construct than
trying to use Perl, or C or ...

Bob McConnell

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