How to Fix Error Too Many Redirects Issue in WordPress



There are many possible errors in WordPress, one possible is a “Too Many Redirects” error. It is a simple error to fix. In this video, we will show you how to fix the too many redirects error in WordPress.

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Summary of this Tutorial:

The most likely reason would be a infinite loop between two urls.

If you go to your general settings page and have your WordPress address and site address are different this may be the cause of the problem.

If you do not have access to your admin page you can edit your wp-config file to add two lines of code to fix this.

You can also disable all plugins to see if that fixes the redirect issue.

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25 thoughts on “How to Fix Error Too Many Redirects Issue in WordPress”

  1. Do not follow this tutorial, because of this tutorial you have posted, I now can't access my site, my site has been showing for several hours now:

    "This page isn’t working muradeal.com redirected you too many times.
    Try clearing your cookies.
    ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS"

    I cant access my site, I cant access my dashboard, I have contacted my hosting and still not fixed up to now. I blame you solely for this mess.!!!!!!!

  2. it sometime happen when you add some wrong plugin.. i have also faced this issue and also resolved it when i removed that plugin which causes this issue.. so just remove your plugin and your site will work fine 🙂

  3. I get this error " PHP Startup: Unable to load dynamic library 'C:xamppphpext/mcrypt.so' – C:xamppphpext/mcrypt.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory in Unknown on line 0" and many more, I added code to create n error log and this is what I got. Please help.

  4. Worked Beautifully! I went into cPanel, File Manager, highlighted WP-Config.php, hit edit in the menu and added the code, saved, and bam – my site was back!
    It had been down for two days after Updating the WP core from 4.4.2 to WP 4.5.1. Somehow that messed with this site, but not two other sites I have with the same theme and plugins?? Rolling Back the DB with BackUpBuddy did not help – still a blank page with "too many redirects" message. Thanks for this great YouTube and a helpful fix that worked in my case!

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