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CSS problem with rss feeds and wordpress? (2 posts)

  1. ccheaton
    Member
    Posted 10 years ago #

    I came across a strange problem with rss feeds and wordpress. Well, actually, it may not be wordpress related at all. David Chait and I had a brief email exchange regarding it, and I thought I would post that here, to see if anybody else has experienced it and/or knows what the problem or solution is:

    Hey David. I have an RSS question for you, and I was wondering if you had encountered this before and/or knew anything about it.
    If you visit my main page at http://www.publichealthcenter.com and click on my RSS 2.0 feed button, right below the BBC Health News, it takes you to my RSS page. All is fine. Now, hit the back button. All is still fine. Now, either refresh the page, or click on the News Archives page, and the formatting goes all crazy, as if it isn't pulling from the .css file anymore. If this doesn't happen to you the first time, then return to the main page, and repeat the steps above. Basically, for me, whether I'm in Firefox 0.9 or IE 6.0, the page loses its formatting, and I have to refresh an extra time or two to get it to return. Do you know why this might be happening? Can you get it to reproduce?
    Thanks for the help!
    Clay
    http://www.publichealthcenter.com
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    Yeah, I just saw it. NO CLUE. That's an odd one. As if there's an apache bug of some sort... It looks like it has junk in the buffer that shouldn't be there at all, or like there's stuff inserted BEFORE the normal headers which causes the page to wig.
    Might want to post to the forum, or IRC, see if Matt or someone has even heard of this happening. Be shocked if it was only WP, but you never know...
    -d

    Any ideas?

  2. ccheaton
    Member
    Posted 10 years ago #

    Has anybody seen something like this before? I'm having no luck finding a solution.

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