TheMadScientist - 12:35 am on Dec 12, 2012 (gmt 0)
A totally blank page = there is an error within the page itself. It will return a 200 but there will be no content.
There speaks someone who doesn't read an entire paragraph...
"There is really 'no such thing' as a totally blank page, because a properly functioning server will send a status code for every URL requested, so whether content is served to the browser or not doesn't really matter as much as the status code received (or derived as in the case of 'soft 404s') by the user-agent."
I've coded PHP for 7 years and still have two tutorials posted in the Apache Forum from a different user name. HBU?