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  1. Hi,

    I changed my theme to beautiful-sunrise-10 a few moments ago. Then changed the header to my own. Went to Options to change the blog title, clicked update. Recieved the error message

    Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /home/japanexi/public_html/wp-content/themes/beautiful-sunrise-10/beautiful-sunrise-10/functions.php:72) in /home/japanexi/public_html/wp-includes/pluggable.php on line 331

    However upon checking my site the blog title had been changed successfully. Moments later I am unable to access the site admin page, recieving the same error message as above. I am no longer able to login to wordpress.com with my original details. (Posting this using a previous account) I requested a new password with my username, whitebloodcell. But no email has come to the address I had registered. What can I do?

  2. You need to ask at http://wordpress.org/support for this.
    We can't answer in this forum - it's for wordpress.com blogs.

  3. Same thing happened to me. Didn't change header... simply added a post on one day. Next day went back to add another and got this message:
    Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /home/chapmand/public_html/writers-blog/wp-config.php:47) in /home/chapmand/public_html/writers-blog/wp-includes/pluggable.php on line 331

    Will check with support as you suggest. Wonder if this is a bug that happens a lot.

  4. @chapmandeering
    We provide support here on the wordpress. com forum only for bloggers with blogs hosted by wordpress.com and you do not have a wordpress.com blog. Please go to the correct forum http://wordpress.org/support

    We cannot help you here. We run on different software from the wordpress. org software that you have installed.

    Happy blogging :)

  5. ihateregisteringforsitesjusttopostacomment
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    Try deleting lines 64-68 in functions.php. They're just a closing and opening php tag with a few lines in between them.

  6. That's great, but we don't have access to the underlying php here. So that doesn't do wp.com bloggers any good.

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