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  • Resolved runman


    I’m having problems trying to log in to post comments on other sites. I signed up for WordPress on the site here, but when i visit this other blog site it says i must log in to post comments. I click to log in and it redirects to me a page with WordPress at the top and directly underneath it says username and password. However when i type in my username and password that i made here on the word press site, it says invaild password and i try to recover my password it tells me to enter my username or email adress. When i do however, it says there is no such email adress in the system. Help please!!!!!
    Thank you to all who help in advance.

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  • Christine Rondeau


    Volunteer Forum Moderator

    Those logins are different. The one that you have for the forum is only for the forum.

    If others are asking you to login to leave a comment, then you need to register on their website as well.

    there is no register button on the site, it mearly says i must log in to comment, thats when it redirects me to word press page. It has the wordpress logo centered, followed by WordPress. Just below is the username and password boxes. Near the top left hand corner is a link back to the blog. I looked up the site host and its powered by bluhost, just in case thats important or something

    I’m having problem to login to my dashboard.There is always this message on top of the page.

    Warning: Cannot modify header information – headers already sent by
    (output started at
    on line 7.Somebody gave this solution but I don’t know how to reset this.Could anyone be of help? I have being battling with this for days now. Reason and Solution :

    It is usually because there are spaces, new lines, or other garbage before
    an opening <?php tag or after a closing ?> tag, typically in
    This could be true about some other file too, so please check the error
    message, as it will list the specific file name where the error occurred
    (see “Interpreting the Error Message” below). Replacing the faulty file
    with one from your most recent backup or one from a fresh WordPress
    download is your best bet, but if neither of those are an option, please
    follow the steps below.

    Just because you cannot see anything does not mean that PHP sees the same.

    Download the file mentioned in the error message.
    Open that file in a plain text editor (NOT MS Word or similar. Notepad or
    BBEdit are fine).
    Check that the very first characters are <?php
    Check that the very last characters are ?>
    To be sure about the end of the file, do this:

    Place the cursor between the ? and >
    Now press the DELETE key on your computer
    Note to MAC users: The “DELETE” key on a PC deletes characters to the
    right of the cursor. That is the key noted here.
    Keep that key pressed
    For at least 15 seconds
    Now type > and
    save without pressing any other key at all.
    If you press another key, you will bring the problem back.
    Also check the encoding of the file. If the file is encoded as UTF-8 with
    BOM, the BOM is seen as a character which starts the output.

    Thanks for your kind gesture.


    @redbus: It is considered impolite to try and highjack another poster’s thread. Please post a new topic.

    @runman: These forums have no direct connection with the other people’s self-hosted WordPress sites.

    okay thanks for the help anyways

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