Are you facing ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS error on Google Chrome quite often and wondering how to fix this error? In this article, I will walk you through the steps to fix this error quickly. Before that just need to know actually what this error says and why it appears? Keep reading!
ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS error on Google Chrome should not be a surprise if you are running a WordPress or similar blog/website. This is a common error faced by nearly all website owners once or several times whenever there is a glitch in the server settings. If you are a website user, you might see this error while accessing a particular website that has issues with URL redirects. The error has nothing to do with the type of device. You may face it on Android smartphones, iOS, Windows or Macbook.
What does the error err_too_many_redirects say?
Error err_too_many_redirects commonly known as 310 error or 404 pages not found an error. In both cases, the error says that the local host redirected you too many times and does not know where it is supposed to go and is unable to reach the site. In order to fix the error “this web page has a redirect loop err_too_many_redirects” in few simple steps one has to understand the common reasons behind the error.
Why the err_too_many_redirects error appears?
- Home or site URL’s are incorrect or different.
- A misconfiguration is observed in an installed plugin.
- An occurrence of the same URL in your network.
- Usage of only one IP address for hosting multiple websites.
- Imposing wrong settings while dealing with third-party service.
When you try to open any webpage and it displays a grey pop-up with the message providing the following information:
If the problem is with only one specific website then need not to worry and wait for some time to get it fixed at the website’s owner end. However, the problem lies with the multiple sites then its a matter of concern and needs to check your browser as it is err_too_many_redirects Google chrome error. Follow these upcoming steps one by one until you get rid of this error and I am sure that either one of these will help you out definitely.
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How to Fix the err_too_many_redirects error?
The error err_too_many_redirects may encounter many a time with faulty settings of the browser so it is suggested to try open the website using other browsers. Still, it is difficult to open the website then the major issue is on the server-side. If the websites are working perfectly in another browser then let’s walk together to fix this error.
Clear Chrome browsing data
- Open the Google Chrome and type chrome://settings in the address bar and hit the Enter button.
- Once the Chrome setting, a window is an open scroll down to look out for Advanced settings at the end of the page. Click on it to open.
- The advanced setting page shows the option for clearing the browsing data. Select the option to continue the process.
- On opening, the clear browsing data window hit on the clear data button.
- After completing the entire process again open the website and check for the error.
Checking the browser extension
- Open the Chrome browser and type chrome://extension in the address bar and press the enter button.
- In Chrome’s extension window a whole list of the extension will be available. Try enabling and disabling any of them doing this will help in eliminating the error.
Correcting the system date and time
- In order to change the systems date and time press Windows + R key altogether to open the run program and type “control” in the search box and press enter.
- Hitting enter will help to open the control panel. Select the clock and region category.
- Once the window is open click on Date and time section and scroll on the internet time tab.
- Click on the change settings button.
- Put a tick mark on the box shown in front of the synchronize with an internet server and select a time server. Click on update now and hit the OK button to save the changes.
- After synchronizing with an internet time server the system is updated and this might resolve the error.
Clear WordPress Cache
There are chances that you might unable to log in to your WordPress admin account during this error. If you can access your admin dashboard then you can fix this error by clearing the WordPress cache simply. If you have installed any WordPress caching plugin then you can take help to clear the cache.
- Log in to Admin Dashboard and go to settings > [Caching plugin]. And then click on the Delete Cache button to delete the cached files.
Disable and Re-activate plugins
If you are unable to log in to your admin dashboard in WordPress then you can give a try to disable the installed plugins. To do so you need to log in to your admin panel using an FTP client.
- Log in to your web server using an FTP client.
- Simply go to the wp-content folder and rename the plugins folder.
Note: This will disable all the installed plugins without losing your data. Hereafter you will be able to login to your WordPress admin dashboard. Once you logged in to the admin dashboard just activate your plugins one by one and check for the error simultaneously so that you may be able to find out the culprit plugin causing the error.
Check URL Settings
The most common reason behind this error is the home URL and website URL don’t match. Usually, in WordPress, the home URL is always labeled as a “blog address” or “website address.” This is exactly what we all users type to navigate to your page, which means that it’s the error faced by the users while trying to visit your website.
The “WordPress address” field denotes your website URL. This is the same where all of the technical details like code and admin pages live and can only be seen by the admin of the website. Often, WordPress makes these two URLs the same to avoid any errors. However, if you’ve edited one of these URLs by any means so that it’s no longer exactly the same, there are chances that a redirect error or even a 404 “page not found” error can occur to the users.
To fix this error, log in to your WordPress admin dashboard and go to the settings tab. Now in the “general” section, you can edit these URLs to match.
“This web page has a redirected loop err_too_many_redirected” error can be fixed in many ways. In fact, you would not be required to read the entire tutorial because DeviceTricks believe up till now you would have resolved the issue. For more such easy learning troubleshooting tutorials stay tuned to our Facebook page and keep visiting our website. Kindly share your comments, and queries in the comment box.
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