Support » Plugin: Seriously Simple Podcasting » XML parse error: no head element found

  • Resolved jwdh75

    (@jwdh75)


    Dear all,

    I have installed WordPress and have the latest build. I have installed several plugins and the one i am having issues with now is “Seriously Simple Podcasting” Somehow the rss feed is not working anymore in chrome.
    When i try to get to url “https://www.findingcommonground.nl/feed/podcast” i should get a similar kind of result back as when i go to url “https://www.findingcommonground.nl/feed/”. However i get the error “XML parse error: no head element found, Location: https://www.findingcommonground.nl/feed/podcast, rulenumber 54, column 1.

    When i check https://validator.w3.org/feed/#validate_by_uri for the feed i need to get some issues mentioned but no clue how to sort this out… The error that is showing there says internal server error 500…

    This feed does not validate.
    Server returned HTTP Error 500: Internal Server Error [help]
    HTTP error with content that looks like a feed [help]
    line 46, column 0: Undefined channel element: error [help]
    <error>
    line 53, column 8: XML parsing error: <unknown>:54:0: no element found [help]
    </error>
            ^
    In addition, interoperability with the widest range of feed readers could be improved by implementing the following recommendation.
    
    line 2, column 153: Use of unknown namespace: http://www.google.com/schemas/play-podcasts/1.0 [help]
    ... casting/templates/feed-stylesheet.xsl"?><rss version="2.0"

    Any help is welcome cause it was working before.

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Thread Starter jwdh75

    (@jwdh75)

    We can close this topic. It seems i found that my computer needed to reboot in the end. I had closed and cleard the browser cache but that was nog enough.
    So if you get this issue and you haven’t rebooted in long time this might help now 🙂

    Plugin Author Craig Hewitt

    (@podcastmotor)

    Ok, great to hear. If we can do anything else just let us know.

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