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  • I’m getting closer to the solution. I use a WP-theme from I wanted some English text to be replaces by Dutch text, so with instructions of the themefuse-moderators, I modified a certain file. After that, the problem occured.
    What I did then was deliberately change the name of the plugins-map to see what the error code would be. When I went back to the login-page, i got this:

    +++begin errorcode
    Warning: Cannot modify header information – headers already sent by (output started at ../wp/wp-content/themes/medica-child/theme_config/widgets/TF_Widget_Contact.php:1) in ../wp/wp-login.php on line 414

    Warning: Cannot modify header information – headers already sent by (output started at ../wp/wp-content/themes/medica-child/theme_config/widgets/TF_Widget_Contact.php:1) in ../wp/wp-login.php on line 426
    +++end errorcode

    So that gave me the answer: this file is somehow corrupted. I have backups so I can restore this file to see what happens. I’m 99% sure this will solve it. But to make sure everything goes well, I’ll do that together with the themefuse-moderators (when they’re awake, it’s 10.30 in the morning here in Holland).

    As soon as I’m any further on this, I’ll report here. For others: try to change the name of the plugins-map. See what errorcode you get on the top of the loginpage and to which file it is pointing. Then try to troubleshoot that file or replace the file with a backup file. (In case the UTF-8 without BOM thing isn’t working)

    I also tried this: I downloaded and installed notepad ++ Opened the wp-config.php in notepad ++
    Then went to menu ‘coding’ (or similar, I have the Dutch version) and clicked on the second option: “UTF-8 without BOM”
    Then saved the file normally and uploaded it to my /wp directory. That didn’t work also.

    I tried the solution of Knut first: opened wp-config.php in MS notepad and saved as UTF-8 (there is no option UTF-8 ROM, only ANSI, unicode and UTF-8). That didn’t work. Then I tried the solution of Coiot: opend wp-config.php in notepad and changed the WP_DEBUG value to ‘true’. That didn’t work also. Still getting the message “ERROR: Cookies are blocked due to unexpected output.” I tried to log in after the above steps but couldn’t. Hope other solutions come available soon. Thanks in advance.

    I saw that this problem was discussed a couple of weeks ago on: but the discussion shows no solution. So I defined a new ticket there:

    Hope we get an answer soon.



    I have the same problem as Greg. I want to show a larger image when someone hovers over the (small) image. With this plugin the larger image is visible behind the small inage, so that doesn’t work for me.

    Thanks in advance.



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