I have the characters ?> showing on my site and in the dashboard too in front of the doctype declaration. (As seen in the page source)
The site is at http://www.realestatecampbellford.com/.
The ?> shows at the top of the website, all pages, and in the Dashboard at the top of the page and also at the beginning of all of the WordPress feeds.
Example of WordPress Feeds:
WordPress Development Blog
WordPress Foundation January 22, 2010
It is with extremely great pleasure that I point you to the first post at the new WordPress Foundation site. Not only am I excited about the things that will happen under the auspices of the Foundation, I’m excited to see a site running the 3.0 development version and the nascent theme called 2010. Go […] […]
I have an almost identical site at http://www.movetocampbellford.com using the same theme and plugins which does not have this problem.
I have tried turning off all of the plugins to see if there was a conflict there but no luck.
The page source reads ?><!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC “-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN” “http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd”>but I don’t see that in the header.php file.
Can anyone suggest a cure?
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