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  • The PHP install might be screwed up. You need to check with your host.

    Are there certain users that ALWAYS get this or is it just something that happens occasionally? You’ll see this sort of thing happen for a few minutes during an upgrade of PHP or a server reboot occasionally. Your site seems to be working fine now in two different browsers.

    Looking at the response headers from the main page of your blog it looks like you probelm is similar to this one –

    The response headers are missing a content-type e.g.:

    Date: Tue, 26 Jul 2005 11:45:12 GMT
    Content-Type: ; charset=utf-8
    Server: Apache
    X-Powered-By: PHP/4.3.11

    200 OK

    I suggest you run wp-admin/upgrade.php and see if that fixes your issues.

    Also it looks like your still running version 1.5 – it is worth upgrading to the latest verion ( because of important security fixes.


    Great, I run wp-admin/upgrade.php and solve the problem! 😀 😀


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