Isn't working because when you include the file it complains that it can't
send headers? Specially because there's an output on line X of the included
file? Like anything outside <?php ?> and/or echo, print, etc...?
Well, you could try to make a smaller version of the included file that
doesn't output anything to the browser.
Um dia eu chego lá:
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> I'm trying to force the browser to download a movie rather than open it up
> and play it. Yesterday, Miguel kindly put me onto headers as being the way
> to do this. Problem is I have an include at the top of the page and that
> won't let me add in the necessary headers. The PHP manual says to use
> buffering as the way around this: ob_start(); and ob_end_clean();
> Should these buffer commands go around the include statement? When I do
> the page doesn't load at all, so I'm guessing that there must be another
> way, but what that way is I have no idea. Does anyone???
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