I’ve come across a problem getting my markup to validate (I’m picky about such things).
Basically, the call to
wp_head();in my HEADER.PHP introduces the line
<link rel="alternate" type="application/rss+xml" title="My Blogname » Search Results for “query1 query2” Feed" href="http://myURL/?s=query1+query2&feed=rss2" />into the header.
Fair enough, that’s what it’s meant to do.
Unfortunately, I can’t encode the ampersand given in the output, this throws a markup-validation error.
I’ve tried searching the boards, the nearest relative issue was from 6 years ago and never resolved (http://wordpress.org/support/topic/wp_head-creates-invalid-markup).
I’ve tried using
esc_htmland their alternatives / derivatives, directly accessing the output and encoding a variable. Nothing works.
In the end I’ve have had to
remove_actionin FUNCTIONS.PHP. Not an ideal solution, as my client may ask for RSS-related links in the future (although I have set a workaround).
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