A few days ago I posted something about feeds working in Mac but not in Windows. Well, it isn't solved or anything, but I'm over that; I have a bigger problem.
I am a member of a site which needs a valid RSS feed address, which I once had when I was using Blogger but disappeared when I switched to WordPress. So, my membership is threatened and if I don't show them a valid feed address in a week or so, my membership will be gone.
My problem is -probably- about encoding. When I use FeedValidator to check my RSS Feed, I get this;
â€¢ Your feed appears to be encoded as "UTF-8", but your server is reporting "ISO 8859-9"
â€¢ line 1, column 33: XML parsing error: <unknown>:1:33: XML declaration not well-formed
The thing is, I have to use ISO 8859-9 (or Windows-1254 or ISO Latin 5) because UTF-8 causes some serious problems in my blog. Weirdly enough, nothing like this happens to my friends whom which I don't know what kind of server software they use, but happens to me with both an Apache installation my hosting company offers and an Abyss installation at home...
http://www.feedvalidator.org/check.cgi?url=http%3A%2F%2Fiyiinsan.net%2Fwordpress%2Fwp-rss2.php#l1 is the feed validator address.
And for more information, iyiinsan.net/wordpress/feed/ doesn't "exist".
It looks like I need a *lot* of help...
Thanks in advance to whom all can answer...