Feed url is not valid with Google Feedburner.

  • Anonymous

    #3363

    http://feedvalidator.org/check.cgi?url=www.waloshin.com%2ffeed

    My feed is at http://www.waloshin.com/feed

    Line 12 code error: <title>Waloshin’s Blog » Waloshin’s Blog</title>

    Also now the feed is giving this error:

    Now I am getting a bunch of random letters in my feed.

    From feedburner: The URL does not appear to reference a valid XML file. We encountered the following problem: Error on line 12: The entity “raquo” was referenced, but not declared.

    Mod

    Anonymous

    #24509

    That fixed my feed, but now I cannot access my admin panel it just loads as a blank page.

    Anonymous

    #24510

    Replace /includes/theme-head.php with this – http://themes.svn.wordpress.org/graphene/1.6/includes/theme-head.php so that you can access wp admin. And, wait for the 1.6.1 maintenance update. It is already submitted to the theme repository.

    https://twitter.com/GrapheneTheme/statuses/171094818947207169

    Anonymous

    #24511

    How long Tuesday, Wednesday… because Monday is a holiday?

    Anonymous

    #24512

    How long Tuesday, Wednesday… because Monday is a holiday?

    See this – https://forum.graphene-theme.com/graphene-support/tag-problems#post-16817

    Anonymous

    #24513

    I have used the new file you listed, but I still cannot log into the admin pannel it now says that the page must be missing.

    ibucgn

    #24514

    I’d the same validation problem as waloshin had. The suggested fix didn’t solve my problems with the feed.

    After a little tweak made by myself the feed now validates. This will help:

    In the last lines of the file includes/theme-head.php there’s a line

    $title = $default_title . " &raquo; " . get_bloginfo( 'name' );

    i’ve changed it to

    $title = $default_title . " » " . get_bloginfo( 'name' );

    The only thing i’ve changed is the named entity &raquo; to it’s numeric entity » and now the feed validates!

    Anonymous

    #24515

    @ibucgn it is not a good practice to use any special character directly in HTML docs. If » is bugging you, try using &[no space]#187; instead.

    Anonymous

    #24516

    LOL.. @ibucgn was right. &[no space]#187; shown as » here.. 🙂

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