Ob_end_clean is clearing the buffer and not sending any data to the browser.  Use 
ob_flush or ob_end_flush(). Output buffereing will take care of ordering the headers 
so they'll still work even though the include may still be sending some output.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ian Wayne [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] 
> Subject: [PHP] combining headers with includes

> 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 that
> 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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