I've been working on a website for awhile now and everything works perfectly fine on my WAMP environment. Lately, I uploaded it to the production server to discover that nothing works. Ha. Just my luck!
So it would seem through looking into the markup to figure out what's up that there's an apparent header issue. Below is the following "Warning" message that I found:
Knowing what little I know about this right now, it would seem that some changes I made to the login.php file has caused a bit of a rift with the way some redirects are being used. That's okay because I think I can fix it but it leads me to be curious about my development environment in contrast to the production environment.<b>Warning</b>: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /export/home/account/public_html/user/some_folder/themes/isu_english/header.php:6) in <b>/export/home/user/public_html/some_folder/login.php</b> on line <b>341</b><br />
My basic question here is about this header issue: what would cause something like this to work perfectly fine in my development environment and break on the production environment? Something with a PHP directive? The versions of Apache and PHP are the same. I didn't check the MySQL because in my mind, this doesn't relate to that. I might be wrong, though...
Any ideas would be appreciated. This has me stumped.