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  • Resolved gamerguy84


    Just went to check my blog and this is what is at the top above anything else.

    Warning: preg_match() [function.preg-match]: Compilation failed: nothing to repeat at offset 1 in /home/content/14/6471814/html/wp-includes/classes.php on line 210

    Warning: preg_match() [function.preg-match]: Compilation failed: nothing to repeat at offset 1 in /home/content/14/6471814/html/wp-includes/classes.php on line 211

    The whole blog is also sitting all out of whack and I’m not sure how to fix it. I have not touched to coding in weekes so I’m not really sure what’s going wrong.

    Any help would be great.

    The blog is you type it with out the www. you will get to the blog but is you go to it is another set of error messages that I just noticed.

    Thanks Guys

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  • Just did a bit more research in the admin side. When I go to posts I get the same error messages that are above in bold.

    Mike Kohn


    I could be wrong, but I believe that the third error on your blog is indicating that there was a problems with php headers:

    Warning: Cannot modify header information – headers already sent by (output started at /home/content/14/6471814/html/wp-includes/classes.php:210) in /home/content/14/6471814/html/wp-includes/pluggable.php on line 890

    This can sometimes be caused by whitespace or other output being performed in the php file BEFORE the header is called. For example, if there are any spaces between the end of one set of php tags and the start of another, or any echos or prints. You might want to look through the pluggable.php file for anything like that. If you can, remove the file (if it’s not critical to your upload) and see if that fixes the problem.

    Hope this helps.

    Mike Kohn


    Whoa, I think I didn’t look at the error carefully enough. That file is inside the wp-includes folder, so definitely don’t delete or modify it.

    But the error still seems to indicate that SOMETHING is causing problems with headers. Have you installed new plugins lately? Anything like that?

    deactivate all plugins by ftp to site or use host’s file manager and rename the /plugins folder
    this will let you log in
    re-activate the plugins one by one until you find problematic one

    All plugins have been deactivated and I still have al of the error messages.

    Now how to I change the /plugins folder if I uploaded my WP from godaddy?

    I got the error messages to go away. Now I just have to figure out which plugin was causeing the problems.

    Thanks guys

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