On Jul 31, 2011, at 6:23 PM, Tamara Temple wrote:

> On Jul 31, 2011, at 1:40 PM, Jason Pruim wrote:
>> So I'm attempting to redirect back to the main site of a page after a 
>> successful insert into a database... Here's my code:
>> <?PHP
>> if (!$resp->is_valid) {
>>   // What happens when the CAPTCHA was entered incorrectly
>>   die ("The reCAPTCHA wasn't entered correctly. Go back and try it again." .
>>        "(reCAPTCHA said: " . $resp->error . ")");
>> } else {
>>     $name = mysql_real_escape_string($_POST['txtName']);
>>     $comment = mysql_real_escape_string($_POST['areaComment']);
>>     $phonelink = mysql_real_escape_string($_POST['phonelink']);
>>     $SQL = "INSERT INTO comments (name, comment, phonelink) VALUES ('$name', 
>> '$comment', '$phonelink')";
>>     mysql_query($SQL) or die("Unable to insert at this time. Sorry for the 
>> inconvience");
>>     //echo "Insert successful!";
>>       header("Location: 
>> HTTP://jason.pruimphotography.com/dev/clients/flewid/Phone/");
>>     // Your code here to handle a successful verification
>> }
>> ?>
>> The insert happens, BUT it won't redirect back to the site....  There isn't 
>> any reason I should be able to do a header() redirect at that point is there?
> Since the echo is commented out, there shouldn't be any output if that is sum 
> total of the code executing on the http request. If this file is called from 
> some other script, you might check to see if any output is sent from there. 
> If display_errors is on, you should be getting something like "Unable to send 
> headers after output" or some such (I can't offhand think of the actual error 
> message).
> You can keep the "error successful" message for verification if you write it 
> directly to the error log, via:
>       error_log("Insert successful".PHP_EOL);
> Sometimes, it's also nice to insert markers to let you know where the log is 
> emanating from:
>       error_log(__FILE__.'@'.__LINE__.': '."Insert successful".PHP_EOL);
> Sometimes, a vexing sort of error is a blank line at the top or bottom of a 
> file, outside the <?..?>

Just before I got your e-mail, I found there were 3 spaces at the very top of 
the file in front of my <?PHP.... I was fit to be tied as they say in the 

But it is up and working properly now! 

Thank you all for your help with this! :)

Jason Pruim
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