[wp-hackers] template name at the top causing header already sent errors

Paul Menard codehooligans at codehooligans.com
Thu Sep 28 15:35:35 GMT 2006

That is strange since PHP comments are not sent. Check to make sure  
you don't have spaces or blanks line before or after the template  
name section. I would guess that WP will have to read your entire  
template file if you place the template  name section at the bottom.  
Have not checked the code. I could be wrong.


On Sep 28, 2006, at 10:24 AM, Trevor Turk wrote:

> Another strange problem I've found (with an easy workaround) is  
> that putting
> the Template Name at the top of a template file causes some headers  
> already
> sent errors with some tricky self-submitting form stuff I've been  
> doing with
> themes.
> Just to clarify, there are errors when I put this:
> <?php /*
>    Template Name: PunBB/WP Login
> */ ?>
> ... at the top of the template file - but no errors when I put it  
> at the
> bottom.
> I just happened across this by chance, and there's a workaround, so  
> I'm not
> that worried about it. I just thought that somebody on this list  
> might have
> come across a similar problem, or maybe somebody can explain why it's
> happening...?
> Thanks,
> - Trevor
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