@Lindsay Bouvier by César Moreno
This is one of things that could easily take a lot of time to track down and fix. After a day spent in and out of every file on my server (adding a new feature) I notice that my RSS feeds are down… no biggie right? Anyone who has ever worked with Yahoo Pipes knows that this is just something that happens from time to time. My solution: give it a few hours and everything will be okey dokey. Wrong. Next morning, get to work, feeds still down. Crap. Opening the mental file cabinet- shuffling through all of the files I had worked on the previous day- answer was “a lot”. But none that I could directly link to my RSS feed output. So I pull one of my .rss files and notice that yep- there is a blank line at line 1. Strange.
Okay, enough suspense: I had an empty line after my closing ?> tag in my functions.php file! Since when does this effect my feed? I still don’t know the answer (something relating to the fact that XML uses <? ?> maybe?) but whatever the reason, removing that empty line did the trick.
I would like to thank RevVooDoo over at wp.org for the nudge I needed to find this.Source: wordpress.org
I have just spent waaay too much time looking for this fix. The problem was that in my newly installed WP e-commerce platform, the link to checkout was constantly being redirected to the products page. Not good. After checking and rechecking all my settings, and scouring the net for the better part of an hour I finally came across this page, which solved my problem in about 2 minutes. Thank you Geek Tips For Marketers!
So here it is: it’s the permalinks! They are getting stuck and need to be reset. To reset them, just go to you permalinks settings panel (settings > permalinks) and select a different permalink setting than the one you currently have. Don’t worry- this change is temporary and will not mess your website up. Click ‘save changes’ (if your theme is using custom post types you will need to click ‘save changes’ twice)
That’s it! Set your permalinks back to where you had them and your done! Checkout page and everything.
i give up every day. every single day. i must not be doing it right.
Making a perfect grilled cheese sandwich can take both time and dirty your cookware. If you’re just making a quick grilled cheese sandwich try turning your toaster on it’s side and toasting the bread with the grilled cheese on top of your bread.Source: