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As a rule of thumb, always remove the ending ?> of your .php files, especially if it's a functions or config file that gets parsed before headers are sent to the page. If after that ?> you accidentally add a space, a tab character or a new line, there's your invisible error.


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ANOTHER POSSIBLE SOLUTION: I recently had a WSOD right at the wp-admin page, i couldn't even login. In my case the problem was that i had added a php closing tag to my plugin file, so in my case fixing meant remove the closing ?> tag from the functions.php / plugin.php file Here is a support ticket which goes into more detail. So in case someone is ...



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