I have been trying to use the ob_start and
ob_end_flush(), but I am not sure where to put them.
I try putting just before the header() but it still
produce the warning that something has been output to
--- "Heilig (Cece) Szabolcs" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > I am getting an error by using header but I
> > find any part of my code that output anything
> > using header.
> Check your included files what included before using
> These files start with <? and ends with ?> without
> whitespace after that?
> And you can use ob_start() at the start and
> ob_end_flush() at the end,
> and no problems with outputting before add headers.
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