I use header(“Location: xxxxxxxxx”); to move around internally to various php files. I have a conflict with get_header() that I’ve worked around, mainly by not having header() and get_header() in the same file together. This works with all browsers EXCEPT, yep you guessed it, IE. I have to put the get_header() function after some include calls (which contains the header() function), else I get a blank screen. In IE, it’s as if the get_header() function doesn’t implement at all, I get no styles from my css file hence the page is wacked out. If I move the get_header() function above the includes, no problem, except the include files and their functions no longer work. what a mess.
Any thoughts or clues to making things work with IE would be appreciated.
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