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I would think the problem lies somewhere in metaweblog, although of course that hasn't changed for ages. Collaborator titaniumbones commented Aug 18, 2012 actually my &ndash isue is fixed by @mminutoli 's suggestion. The solution seems to be to replace the modified files with fresh copies from WordPress.org and harden your WP install from future attacks. Collaborator titaniumbones commented Aug 18, 2012 is there maybe a way to see the xml blob on the client and on the server? http://kiloubox.com/parse-error/parse-error-not-well-formed-xml-rpc.html

more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed mminutoli commented Aug 19, 2012 The bug has been fixed in trunk. Below is the Network Log I get when refreshing. Yes, it does push the messeng... browse this site

"-32700: Parse Error. Not Well Formed"

I think I'm sending mine up as a full no-newlines Base64 string. Unsurprising since the bug they're talking about is apparently fixed after libxml 2.7.3, and while my server isn't completely up to date it's running: libxml2 2.7.7 php 5.3.3 wordpress 3.4.1/3.4.0 (two There is a problem in the 157 string (Class IXR_Message, function parse, string 2). But since I don't understand xml-rpc very well it's hard for me to say much more...

You've been a real help to me! Fixing that problem fixed this one too. About this Topic Started 5 years ago by snawbel This topic is not a support question RSS feed for this topic Tags xmlrpc

Code is Poetry Red Sweater Forums Discussions Collaborator titaniumbones commented Aug 17, 2012 Yeah, I was just testing this.

If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons! It is available in emacs package repository. What is the possible impact of dirtyc0w a.k.a. "dirty cow" bug? http://stackoverflow.com/questions/16006640/wordpress-xmlrpc-api-post-html-error-parse-error-not-well-formed not well formed" this problem too.

I tried a more primitive hack: (setq html-text (org2blog/wp-upload-files-replace-urls html-text)) ;; (setq html-text (escape-html-text html-text)) (message "first!! %s" html-text) (while (string-match "<" html-text) (setq html-text (replace-match "<" t t html-text))) (while something needs to be fixed with the org2html function. whateverblog. Download all attachments as: .zip Oldest first Newest first Threaded Comments only Change History (6) #1 @josephscott 8 years ago Cc josephscott added I haven't run into this before.

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Deborah Caudill says: Thanks for having this fantastic giveaway and... Home Products Wordpress Plugins Free Social Networks Auto Poster {SNAP} Social Networks Auto Poster Pro (Multi-Account) Social Networks Auto Poster Pro for Wordpress Multisite Network (ex- WPMU) -= Compare Editions =- "-32700: Parse Error. Not Well Formed" But that xml that matt posted in his long comment a couple of days ago didn't look right to me -- what do you think Puneeth? Owner punchagan commented Aug 25, 2012 Closing issue.

Look for "Never minify the following pages:" Copy & paste the following lines of code inside the box. this contact form Could you let me know how to correct it? I guess the thing to do would be to experiment by hand & see what works mminutoli commented Aug 18, 2012 I think I got it... lol 8 sidxx on September 1, 2008 said: I'm use Iphone and I also have "parse error.

Thanks man for sharing. it either has to be a problem with xml-rpc not escaping it correctly or the way org-export-as-html. not well formed". have a peek here org2blog rev: 006a2c9 Emacs version: 24.1.50.1 Org-Mode version: 7.8.11 Thanks!

not well formed' I haven't been able to find any more diagnostic information. Reply JP Habaradas January 12, 2016 at 3:03 PM You're welcome! :) Reply ebizguy October 14, 2015 at 9:59 AM Thanks for this detailed post, but didn't work for me. stephenjbarr commented Aug 9, 2012 UPDATE: I upgraded to 3.4.1 and I am still seeing the issue, even with an extremely simple org-mode file.

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About Blog Hosting Jobs Support Developers Get Involved Learn Showcase Plugins Themes Ideas WordCamp WordPress.TV BuddyPress bbPress WordPress.com Matt Privacy License / GPLv2 Code is Poetry. According to MS, the logfile says it’s not WLW fault but WP fault. Change that string to '$this->message = preg_replace('/<\?xml.*?\?'.'>/', , $this->message);' ( only round brackets were deleted). How do you say "you all" in Esperanto?

not well formed Comments Daniel Jalkut February 2010 Hi Emi - the usual cause for this kind of error seems to be a "spam injection" infection on your WordPress blog. mminutoli commented Aug 18, 2012 I have reported the bug. just date, postid, options, category, tags, description. http://kiloubox.com/parse-error/parse-error-syntax-error-unexpected-t-string-expecting-t-function-wordpress.html anna says: to hit command and the + sign in the Facebook...

Unfortunately the solution is not always easy but for some people simply re-updating WordPress to the latest release fixes things (you want to write over the modified files that the spam WordPress.org Search WordPress.org for: Showcase Themes Plugins Mobile SupportForumsDocumentation Get Involved About Blog Hosting Download WordPress Support Log In Page Not Found The page you were looking for could not be Any thoughts on what could be causing the error? Do I need to upgrade my WordPress install?

did you try with the default theme and with no active plug-in? (Trying it with the default theme and plugins disabled will help pin down where the problem is. more blog entries Latest Versions Social Networks Auto Poster {SNAP} - Plugin for Wordpress Ver 3.7.1 (Released: Sept 15, 2016) SNAP PRO API Library Ver 2.18.0 (Released March 04, 2016) SNAP Confirmed that removing the capturing parens fixed the problem. I could just post-convert &-ndash-; to something that xmlrpc likes better.

I continue to have an issue that I cannot include and ndash -- two hyphens in sequence -- or the export fails. it is outputting html that you then don't escape appropriately before it hits the xml-rpc bit. In 3.2.1 also images cause the same problem.