I’m not sure this is the place for bug reports, but seeing as there’s a lot of people having this problem, I thought I’d describe it here. My website, for reference, is http://thelemur.net/wordpress
at least, until I have it migrated to the new server:
This appears to be a deeper problem with the actual coding of WordPress.
Firefox appears to be interpreting the information from the rss link as html, and I get this:
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but as far as I can tell, the XML output is *identical* to the output when I use the wordpress classic theme. and if I do it there I get:
Internet Explorer throws an error using either theme:
with WordPress classic:
A semi colon character was expected.
Line: 18 Character: 49
with my custom theme:
Invalid xml declaration.
Line: 2 Character: 3
<?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”UTF-8″?><rss version=”2.0″
And Opera does this using WordPress Classic:
in my theme it does the same thing as Firefox.
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