I have read that thread and I also commented on there that the problem still remains in version 1.0.0 I have removed RSS plugin as it would not work at all. I don't know what other information you require to debug this.
wrote ... I have read that thread and I also commented on there that the problem still remains in version 1.0.0
The problem occurred in v.1.0 which is basically 0.7.27 renamed. [...] I'm thinking that until one of the core admins can reproduce it, you wont find an official fix (I also encountered this issue on some sites but due to it's inconsistency I couldn't pinpoint the exact cause).
well the fact that you can't properly parse the newsfeed from e107.org deffo set's you apart from the issues I encountered.
A fast search on forum revealed similar issues few years ago: [-link-]
..my only advice to debug this is to entirely install a clean neesfeed plugin from v.0.7.26(link will vanish in 24 hours) see if it works and determine if your issue is 100% related to newwsfeed plugin.
If still fails keep same 0.7.26 version of newsfeed and corroborate it with this solution:
hobie17 wrote ...
Yes, it works. Overwriting the xml_class.php file with the same file of 07.26 made it work. The file is located in e107_handlers.
(from my understanding you already tried that replacement of xml solution and failed, that is why I am saying to try it using the original newsfeed plugin from v.07.26)
_____________________________ Usually downgrading is worse case scenario but it does work to pinpoint an issue.
The error sort of speaks for itself, it has trouble finding or processing the contents of the feed(s).
I am not experienced with the newsfeed plugin so I haven't replied here earlier even though I have been watching this ever since the topic was started. Over the coming days I'll be testing the newsfeed plugin in an attempt to reproduce and debug the problem.
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