I was having some problems with my PHP files (the first 3 HTML lines 
missing and Netscape trying to save the page to disk instead of showing it).

So, I telnet'd my web server and manually issued a GET as follows:

GET /anglers/index.php HTTP/1.1

And this was the response:

HTTP/1.0 200 OK
Date: Tue, 04 Dec 2001 21:09:57 GMT
Server: WebSitePro/2.4.9
Accept-ranges: bytes
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//ES">
<!-- Copyright  1999-2001 Jogua Web Solutions v3.0 -->
<!-- BOF: default.inc 2001-12-04 18:09:57 -->

<title>Anglers Aventuras \ Inicio</title>
etc. etc...

Note the CRLFs missing after the headers :-/
So the browser -naturally- understand those HTML remarks as being part 
of the header, and the HTML starting after those two CRLF I have in my 
HTML file.

I know I can "fix" this just typing two CRLFs at the very beggining of 
my PHP file, but I'm not supposed to do that. And even if I do that, the 
header is still incomplete (i.e. mime type missing).

This happens with 2 different servers, both running WebSite Pro 2.4 and 
PHP 4.0.6 (one Windows 2000 Advanced Server and the other Windows XP Pro).

Is this a PHP bug, a WebSite bug or my code?
I don't think I screwed something up because I'm not playing with the 
headers here.

Any ideas?


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