In article <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, 
> This is a PHP newbie trying to figure something out.
> I am creating a web-app which begins with a login page and goes through the
> typical user/pass validation and upon success moves to a frameset where the
> application will run.  The action of the login form is act_login.php.  In
> that script I validate the user/pass and, upon validation, include() the
> frameset script.  However, I would rather redirect the browser to the
> frameset script.  In other words I want to progression to go like this...
> login form --> successful login (determined by act_login.php) --> redirect
> browser to app frameset
> This scenario is probably swimming in technicalities, and I'm probably just
> fine using the include() statement.  However, I guess my overall question
> is... is there a way to redirect the browser to a new URL (eg. php script)
> inside something as simple as an if/then statement?
> Thanks!

You can use header() to force redirection - ther's a sample in the manual 
but remember that you can't output anything _at all_ to the browser 
before attempting to use header.

David Robley
Temporary Kiwi!

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