>> Seriously, I've tried using
>> header("Location: http://www.php.net/";);
>> but it returns an error saying that the headers are already set.

this function will not work inside an html file or of you ECHO anything 
to the screen prior to its execution.
An effective way to use it is as a page which processes and sends back 
the variables.

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