header("Location: index.php?success") The problem is, it successfully redirects to index. php but the.at the end of index.php is missing. Im pretty sure my code is correct because the same script worked well in a shared hosting. The setcookie() or header() functions of PHP does not work at all!Posted on March 23rd, 2010 under General Tags: HTTP Headers, PHP Cookie, PHP header(), PHP Location, PHP setcookie, RFC 2616. i have this code,why my header location not working? its a form of updating and editing and deleting some pages in my control paneland i have an index. php file in the same folder of form.phpany help please?()i tryed to put the header after the editing and deleting I am trying to use the php header("Location:url") to redirect a user to a login page if they have not logged in yet. It works fine on my local copy but on X10 the redirect does not work. Recommendheader location is not working PHP. after inserting current data it goes to some other page, now the error is we insert correct thing every thing happen correctly but it does not go to next page Insertion is happening but Header location is not working obstart()insertdb. No need for this. ) ?> becomes php header(location:more.php?id . movieid) // just concatenate the string exit // this prevents anything further in the script from executing ?>. Hi friends am trying to redirect a page once user logged in by using heade location but its not working unable to understand whyThis line will never work: header("location: titles.
php") as headers must be sent before any form of output. In this tutorial, Ill explain a little about how HTTP headers work, how they relate to PHP, and a little about their meta tag equivalents.In fact, modern browsers are even smarter than that — when they see the Location header on the third line, they automatically go there so you dont have to type in a You have a misunderstanding of how AJAX is working in this situation. When youre performing an AJAX call, a separate request is being sent as your POST to the given URL.EDIT: As mentionned in the comments, it will be simpler to use a link to your logout. php with the header(Location: http This person was running everything locally in a MAMP server (Macintosh, Apache, Mysql and PHP) and everything was going swimmingly until we ran into a strange issue: PHPs header(Location:) wasnt working as expected. php header(location: test.php) not working. But java script redirect working. by Riparian in Programming Languages.TAGS: header ldquo location test rdquo working. Pekka answered my question in the comments. He didnt post an answer, so I am now. Use the exit() method after the header redirect.
I have a webform with basic info (Fname, Lname, Uname, Email, Phumber, Age, Facebook, Major, Education, Music, Fav, message).