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[Resolved] Error Message When Editing Posts

  • When editing old posts or adding new ones, I get the following error message:

    Warning: Cannot modify header information – headers already sent by (output started at /home/miryna/public_html/bardbulletin.com/wp-content/themes/bulletin/functions.php:13) in /home/miryna/public_html/bardbulletin.com/wp-includes/classes.php on line 1571

    Any ideas what is causing this? The message appears as soon as I click in the editing text area.

    My site is here, if it helps.

    Edit: Wonderful, now the same message appears when visiting the front page.

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  • Hi

    In general that message appears when there is white space either before or after the opening and closing <?php and ?> in your theme’s functions.php Most of the time a space or blank line has been added after the closing tag. Remove it, save, and that will probably clear the problem.

    I realize my response is a little belated, but that did work. Thank you so much!

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