> Try taking the header line out; that way if there is an error message

> you should be able to see it in 'View Source'.

Finally managed to solve the problem - there was an empty line before
the start tag ("<?") in the php file producing the image, that's all.

So, for php files that are to produce an image, the first two
characters in the file should be the php start tag.

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