Thank you for looking at my post. I am new to the php and css. I am making my own site and have been personalizing it as much as I can. However, I must have accidentally changed something. And of course I have no idea where I could have done this at.
While personalizing my theme, I have occasionally erased or changed things in different php’s. I assume thats what I did that messed it up.
I’m just wondering if someone knows specifically where I need to look if I am missing some code when dealing with RSS feeds.
I have WordPress 2.7 and I’m using the Simply-Indy theme.
my site is worldenglishclub.com and if you click on the RSS links at top, you will see a white page and this and nothing else:
XML Parsing Error: syntax error
Line Number 1, Column 31:<?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=””?>
The only thing I KNOW how to do and that I did was: change to new theme in wordpress; delete simply-indy theme on web host; re-load simply-indy theme on web host.
Now do I just need to wait for the everything to comeback online so-to-speak or did I change something else and need to re-write something.
Thank you very much in advance for helping if you can.
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