PHP Manual says there are two special cases for
headers, Location and Status.  Not to concerned about
status here, but it states that Location: always
returns an status code 302.  Now HTTP/1.1 depreciates
302 since browsers were incorrectly implementing it
anyways.  It was replaces 302 with the MUSTS 303 and
304.  (304 is the correctly handled 302, and 303 is
the current incorrect way most browsers implement 302)

Since PHP seems to always return 302, is it possible
to force HTTP/1.1 compliance and return 303 or 304
depending on my situation?


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