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Thread began 12/12/2012 7:21 pm by mrs | Last modified 12/12/2012 8:05 pm by mrs | 521 views | 3 replies |

mrs

header error

Hi, I have a headers already sent error which I think means I have two redirects going on in my code. I have created an update page with the security assist wizard, applied a template to it, and now it errors. The header code is attached, and the error is triggering on line 224 which is the redirectURL line just above the doctype, so I think I have another redirect further up but I am unable to find what I need to change... I don't think I have a redirect from my template, and all I have done is add recordsets to the php code in the header section, so where the error has come in after adding the template to the page is beyond me.

Can you advise?

Thanks

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the headers already sent error doesnt mean there is more than 1 redirect, it menas ther is output between php tags.

at lin 160, there is a closing php tag, then a bunch of blank line till the next opening php tag at line 177:

php:
?>

















<?php




those blank lines are causing the error

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mrs

Found the problem... it was blank lines in the header php code again... sorry!

I could've sworn that I have had headers already sent errors because of duplicate redirects previously though!

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mrs

Sorry Jason, you posted just as I did! Thanks for your quick response as always.

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