Press Release: June 19, 2020
Virginia, USA 18th June 2020: During a press meeting of the agency, the spokesperson addressed the media people and all the audiences and introduced them about the effective solutions of WordPress too many Redirects Error. Agency’s WordPress experts said-“this error usually occurs if a browser can’t connect to the website’s server. For this, we have introduced some simple and effective troubleshooting steps that will fix this error”. They also discussed the troubleshooting steps in a brief manner:
Deleting the data from the browser
There are times when a browser can store corrupted or outdated cache as well as cookies. These can cause you an error on your screen. Therefore, you need to check this first to know whether its browser issue or not. The Chrome users can tap on the three small dots which are available on the right side of the menu bar of the browser. After this, you need to click the “Settings” and then choose the ‘Advanced’ option. After this, you need to select the “Clear Browsing Data” option.
Deleting the Cache WordPress
There are some cases in which WordPress too many Redirects Error occurs because of the WordPress cache. So, to get rid of this error, you must try deleting the cache from it. If you don’t know about deleting it, login to your dashboard. Now, select Plug-in and then tap on the “Add New” option. Make sure to search for cache through the search bar and then tap on the install now. In the next step, you must activate to set up the plugin. In the setting section, choose ‘delete Cache.’
Disabling of the default .htaccess file
If you have tried these two solutions but not getting any response, then you need to go for another solution. For this, you can temporarily disable the main .htaccess file. This file is located in the root directory of WordPress. After this, you need to rename the file by right-clicking on the .htaccess file and then select on the Rename button.
Change the URL Settings Manually
Many times, users don’t get the precise solution of this “too many redirect error.” When this error happens, you can’t get access to the admin area of the WordPress installation. In such a situation, you need to make some changes in the URL settings of WordPress. You can do this with the help of the wp-config.php file. Make sure to edit the file through your File Manager. There is also an alternative through which you can edit the URL settings via your database.
Disable the outdated or corrupted Plugins
One of the reasons for getting this error message is an outdated or corrupted plugin. You can get rid of this error by disabling all of your plugins from the folder. You can also disable the plugin via your hosting provider’s File Manager. Apart from this error, disabling the plugin can help in troubleshooting WordPress Error 500 and many other errors.
Expert suggestion on too many redirects error given by the agency spokesperson. This error in WordPress successfully gets resolved by deleting browser data, Wordpress cache files, manually changing the URL settings, and disabling the .htaccess files.