Alexander Ross wrote:

>ok ... but the line of code that was the culprit was simply:
>print "var id = ".$id."<br>"; //for debugging
>how does that line constitute sending more header info?
It does not constitute sending more headers, but it does say that no 
more may be sent (as you have already sent the "print" line). Headers 
have to be the first thing sent, before anything else. Once anything 
else is sent then, by definition, headers are complete.

Think of the error message saying "Some output has been sent so its too 
late to send a header now."



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