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  • Jeremy Clark



    Check your wp-config.php file for any white space before the opening <?php tag if there is any delete this. Also you should use just a plain text editor, like notepad for editing files like this.

    I do use Notepad and there aren’t any white spaces trailing before or after the tags. This was one of the first solutions I came across when I was searching and tried. Didn’t work. 🙁

    I should also mention that the errors don’t show up only when I’m on the main page (index.php).

    Also, I get the following error when going to ‘’:

    “Warning: Cannot modify header information – headers already sent by (output started at /home/www/ in /home/www/ on line 391”

    When going to ‘’, I get the normal WP page with no errors.

    I fixed it! 🙂

    The problem was that I saved the config.php in UTF-8 format.

    Thanks anyways, Jeremy!

    Just for future reference: saving the wp-config.php file in utf-8 format – in itself should never cause any problems! And it does not on any of the dozens (hundreds?) of blogs that I have installed.

    However, saving the file with an editor that puts BOM when saving it as utf-8 – can cause problems…

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