I’ve recently installed WordPress. I had no trouble setting it up or editing my own template. I got it exactly how I wanted it thinking that I would use it by calling it through an iFrame on my main page. The thing is, I still just use iFrames instead of having the sidebar and header and everything reload every time you go to a new page.
Whenever I open the actual page that WordPress is installed on, it works fine and looks exactly the way I want it to look. When I look at the index.html page that I put the iFrame on, however, I only get this message:
Warning: Cannot modify header information – headers already sent by (output started at /home/andylawr/public_html/wordpress/wp-blog-header.php:6) in /home/andylawr/public_html/wordpress/wp-includes/pluggable.php on line 865
Can someone please help me make this work? I’ve seen it done before, but I’m obviously doing something wrong!
Oh, in case it helps, I get the same message even when I use a theme I haven’t edited, so I don’t think it was anything I changed.
And someone suggested I install the Embed Iframe plugin; I didn’t think it would help (it’s the opposite of what I want), but I did, and I was right. It didn’t change anything at all.
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