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  • Jeremy Clark



    Did you edit your wp-config.php file in a plain text editor such as notepad if not then you’ll need to get a new copy from the wordpress zip file and then edit it again with notepad. Also make sure there aren’t any spaces before or after the php tags. An easy way is to put your cursor after the > and hold the delete key.

    Yeah There were 2 blank lines at the bottom of wp-config.php… i deleted both blank lines now everything works..

    wow what a stupid mistake :S

    I am sorry, resolved now.

    Thank you so much. This would have driven me insane.

    There is documentation in the codex that says the “headers already sent” message is usually caused by extra spaces where they don’t belong. When you get an error message like that it’s good to search the codex and forums because the answer is probably already there.

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