[wp-hackers] output buffering in general and wordpress

peter baylies pbaylies at semperfiwebdesign.com
Thu May 3 01:02:58 UTC 2012


I don't know ASP, but if I understand you correctly, PHP does this by
default; it does have options for turning on output buffering when needed,
or for flushing those buffers when they're in use:


 -- Peter Baylies
Semper Fi Web Design

On Wed, May 2, 2012 at 8:58 PM, Haluk Karamete <halukkaramete at gmail.com>wrote:

> In ASP, we are advised to turn response.buffer to true. So, that's
> what I do right after forcing variable decs.
> What about in PHP? Do you guys always turn it on?
> How about wordpress? Is it on with WP? If not, are there any issues
> turning it on thru a plug in - or by manually inserting into
> wp_config.php?
> And if there are ASP guys here, what's equivalent of ASP's
> response.flush in PHP?
> Response.flush sends the output of what's been buffered so far to the
> client. That helps browser show input much faster.
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