What does “too much redirect” mean?
The 310 or “too many redirects” error is a typical WordPress issue caused by improper use of URL redirects. To create an SEO friendly structure, WordPress has enabled the URL redirection function that many webmasters use to redirect old URLs to new ones with a plugin.
Troubleshooting: too many redirects
The error “too many redirects” means that the website is redirected between different addresses in a way that will never be completed. Often this is the result of competing redirects, one trying to force HTTPS (SSL) and the other redirection between HTTP (non-SSL), or URLs of www and non-www.
If you are using a CMS like WordPress, Magento, etc., which uses a base_url or URL type configuration within the site, you can end the configuration in a code or database with a redirect to a .htaccess file. These conflicting redirects will flop back and forth and never materialize.
If you do not understand properly you can watch this video “too much redirect”
in this video is showing how to fix it and what is region occurring this error
Your browser only allows you a certain number of redirects (often ten or so) and before that error message protects “redirects too much”, it differs between Chrome, Firefox, and other browsers Shows.
How do I change the website URL without access to the admin area?
If too many redirects have occurred and you do not have access to the WordPress admin area, do not worry, there is still a way to resolve this. The setting changes that we covered can be updated by defining them in the wp-config.php file.
All you have to do is connect to your website using an FTP client and find the wp-config.php file in the root directory of your site. Then, download and edit the file using a text editor (we suggest notepad).
Add these two lines and don’t forget to change NOTredirect.com from your domain:
Defined ('WP_HOME', '//phul4u.com'); Defined ('WP_SITEURL', '//phul4u.com');
Apply and save the changes, and upload the file back to the webserver. Finally, try to reach your site. If you still can’t access it and are getting too many redirects, try adding the “www” prefix to your domain.
The page redirected you multiple times. not anymore!
Therefore, the most common issue that people usually encounter is when the user has the wrong URL in the WordPress address URL or Site Address URL settings.
Here’s an example: Your site’s URL is “//www.phul4u.com“, and you click “Settings”, then “General”, and set it to “//phul4u.com” We do. Now, most web hosts will allow you to choose between having or not having the “www” prefix in your domain name.
If you had chosen for the prefix “www”, typing “//phul4u.com” in your WordPress settings would cause a lot of redirects. This error will also occur if you chose not to prefix and you typed “//www.phul4u.com” in your settings.
This page has a redirect loop in that case because the user will come to “//phul4u.com” and the configuration of your server will direct it to “//www.phul4u.com”, which will redirect it back. One-step and so on and so forth.
Now, if your site was working fine for some time and you have not made any changes to the above settings, then you will have to contact your web host as the configuration issue may be on their end.
This is why it is necessary to have a reliable and reliable WordPress hosting provider.
If they deny any configuration problems and are not willing to help you, consider changing the host or fixing it yourself.
Also, you already know how to do it! Here’s a quick reminder:
To ensure that your WordPress address and site address are the same, go to “Settings” and “General”. If they do not match, change one. Always make sure that you don’t simply write a trailing slash (“/”) symbol at the end of your URL.