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Irish_Dave

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  1. Hi Everyone I am having a few issues with my website. I have developed in on my xampp local host and it works ok but when I upload the files and try to renew a membership using stripe I get the following messages. Warning: session_start(): Cannot start session when headers already sent in /customers/a/d/f/mywebsite.co.uk/httpd.www/mywebsite/inc/settings.php on line 2 Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /customers/a/d/f/mywebsite.co.uk/httpd.www/mywebsite/procedures/payments/charge.php:1) in /customers/a/d/f/mywebsite.co.uk/httpd.www/mywebsite/procedures/payments/charge.php on line 141 I have some includes that appear on every page. This is the bootstrap.php file. This file holds the settings.php which connects to my database and other function files. In this settings page I call the session_start() php function and then connect to my database. I call the bootstrap.php file on every page to there for call the session_start() on every page. I am using sessions alot so is this the right thing to do? I have attached the renew_membership payment page which holds the form. The user fills out the payment page and the form data gets sent to a script called charge.php which uses the stripe objects to make the payment. I then want to do a redirect to the paymentSuccess.php page to output to the user that the payment was made successfully. This is where the issues arrise. I have split the charge file into 3 screen shots so it is more readable. Hope someone can help me. Thanks a lot David
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