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2.13.1.1.1. Infinite redirect

The most common reason for an infinite redirect is a mismatch between the protocol and / or the site address inside WordPress itself, the protocol and / or the address to which the redirect occurs, set in site settings or file .htaccess.

To fix the situation:

  • If an infinite redirect occurs between HTTP and HTTPS, try disabling redirect to HTTP / HTTPS and check the situation in 15 minutes.
  • If an infinite redirect occurs between a site with www and without www, try disabling the corresponding redirect and check the situation in 15 minutes.
  • If redirects to site settings disabled but the problem persists, check for redirect directives in the .htaccess file. If there are any, correct them.
  • If the site uses an international domain (IDN) containing national alphabet characters (for example, Cyrillic), make sure that the site is listed in panicode (name starts with xn–). If not, convert original domain name in panicode and change it on the site.