Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent


Posted on : Mon, 20th Apr 15 07:22 am UTC
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This is a most common type of error's that once may get in PHP pages with header functions, lets see reasons that could cause this issues and how to fix it.

  1. Output Statements :

    You might be having echo, printf output statements before the header that would cause this issue.

  2. Unwanted Blank Spaces :

    There should be no blank lines or whitepaces spaces before or after the <php and ?> tags.

  3. File Format :

    Make sure that the file format is UTF-8.

  4. Include files :

    You might be having a include() to include a php page that may contain header redirects.

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