The PHP errors that you were getting are caused by trying to modify the HTML headers of a page, after they've already been sent to the visitor's browser by another script.
It looks like the error was also occurring on your main site, and was not limited to just the admin login page.
To fix this for you I moved this file:
To a backup copy of:
That script was requiring this script:
Which was simply using PHP to echo the phrase Hello!, and because it was trying to do this after the HTML headers had already been sent previously by the rest of WordPress it was triggering this error.
Do you know where this posttypes.php script came from? It is not a part of the core WordPress files. If it's a part of the mdportfolio theme then it shouldn't be trying to simply echo out something, or a headers error like that would happen.
Please let us know if you have any other problems or questions!
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