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Default Cannot add header information....

Ok, here's another one to test your noodle. Here's the error.

Warning: Cannot add header information - headers already sent by (output started at /user1/****/www/editor/class/lang.class.php:134) in /user1/****/www/admin/edit_articles.php on line 165

Obviously this means that file1: lang.class.php is sending out header information. I want to simply use this to redirect the browser:

header("Location: edit_articles.php");

So how can I do this without removing file1? Any ideas? I know this is cheezy, but eberything I have read only explains how to start header output, not how to either start new header or append to the existing.

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If lang.class.php doesn't actually echo anything to the user (and, in my opinion, it shouldn't if it's just a class definition file), then look for whitespace outside of your <?php and ?> tags.

99% of all "Cannot add header info" errors are due to whitespace outside of the PHP delimiter tags. This whitespace is considered HTML by PHP, so if PHP encounters any, it'll send the default HTTP headers and begin the HTML document with that whitespace.

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