I’m not entirely sure which version it is, it’s 3.X something.
This site was working on it’s previous hosting server. No change of domain name, just change of host. I downloaded the ENTIRE website, root and all, and then I uploaded it. I changed the settings on the config file and uploaded it. That’s all that changed.
It’s now being hosted at GoDaddy with cPanel.
In the admin section I get this error:
Warning: Cannot modify header information – headers already sent by (output started at /home/content/72/10115472/html/wp-content/plugins/media-element-html5-video-and-audio-player/mediaelement-js-wp.php:927) in /home/content/72/10115472/html/wp-includes/pluggable.php on line 881
On the front end we get this error:
I’m going to go in via FTP and rename the plugin files after I post this, I just wanted to get a jump start on the help.
UPDATE: I went in via FTP and renamed the “media-element-html5-video-and-audio-player” folder and refreshed the front end of the website and the errors went away, however I still could not get into the admin.
I did the same thing with the slideck2 plugin folder, the slideshow/header went away on the home page but so did the error, but I still could not get into the backend (it still had the error).
- The topic ‘Moved a working site to a new host, getting error now "Cannot modify header info’ is closed to new replies.