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  • Shamelessly bumped.

    Just for grins, change themes and see what happens.
    To be honest, I’ve never seen this before and can’t track it down with the dev tools.

    I don’t see any numbers at top and bottom of page….

    I’m getting a “cannot connect to database error”. When I go one level up, I can also see your directory tree.

    OK, I have reinstalled this 5 times each time a fresh download and a fresh install. Also, I have tried changing themes.

    There are still numbers on the top and bottom. On the top on my computer I see the number 1402 on the bottom the number 0.

    Quote “I’m getting a “cannot connect to database error”. When I go one level up, I can also see your directory tree.”
    Yes, because this is my test server there is no main index.

    What is going on with the numbers?
    How do I fix this?

    So, what is the deal with the numbers?
    Today I see the number 1179 on the top.
    Why in the world did it change? Why is it there at all?

    I’m seeing the site now – 1179 at the top and 0 at the bottom. (I’m using Firefox on Windows XP.)

    Viewing source code looks like the numbers have been typed in before your doctype starts and after the closing HTML tag.

    Very curious.

    What’s your server setup? Who’s your host? Have you checked your error logs?

    “I’m seeing the site now – 1179 at the top and 0 at the bottom. (I’m using Firefox on Windows XP.)”
    I have tested on IE and FF numbers are still there.

    “Viewing source code looks like the numbers have been typed in before your doctype starts and after the closing HTML tag.”
    I noticed that as well it is very odd. I have never seen this before.

    What’s your server setup?
    Can you specify the info, there are pages and pages of info on the server setup.

    Who’s your host?
    ifastnet

    Have you checked your error logs?
    Not yet I will post them as soon as I can.

    Meaning, what version of MySQL, PHP, Apache (are you on a Windows IIS system?) that kind of thing.

    ifastnet – free hosting service? Hmm..

    Apache/2.2.3 (Unix)
    PHP: v5.1.6
    MySQL: v5.0.30-Debian_3

    Dose any one know anything on this?

    I would say that no, no one knows anything on it. I’ve googled on the issue, and also came up with nothing. I’ve seen similar problems, but it’s always due to the use of comment text and IE – and the result of that bug isn’t the same output as what you’re seeing.

    This is definitely NOT a WordPress issue – this output is being generated before even the WordPress code is – I would say it’s something odd going on with the installation of something on your server, or something that’s set up on your server. (Which is why I suggested you check your logs – you may see something that refers to it.) My initial guess would be that it’s an Apache thing – I’ve seen something similar when Apache generates what’s called “ants”. You’ll see a number generated, and that number is associated with an “ant” – you can find lists of “ants” and what they represent all over the place. However, I’ve never seen an “ant” appear on a website – only in logfiles.

    That’s my best guess though – this is most certainly not a WordPress thing, though. The fact that your pages take such a long time to load up also points to a server issue – I’ve never seen a site with so many issues in just loading up a page (I tried it again today, and it took another 3 minutes for the site to even *try* to come up.)

    It looks like a proxy server error so I got them reconfigured. It should also speed things up so I hope it works.

    Did you manage to fix this? I don’t have a proxy in between my wordpress server and the outside – just apache and me!, and the same issue.

    Yes… U’r damnit right…. This is proxy problem..
    Some strange thinks…
    Same server, same WP version, same same same.. but results with or without proxy are different’s:

    Some screenshots: http://mantas.lt/tmp/wp_bugs/
    And piece of HTML code from http://www.bararama.net/mal with malformed code at http://p.defau.lt/?lS8g3XelKzZgshMdjRiw8w

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