There are several methods you can try to solve the “Too many redirects” error in WordPress:
- Clear your browser cache: Sometimes, this error can be caused by a cached version of the page being served to your browser. Clearing your cache can help resolve this issue.
- Check for redirect loops in your .htaccess file: A redirect loop can occur if there are multiple redirects in your .htaccess file that are causing the page to be redirected back and forth between two URLs. To fix this, you can try commenting out (using #) any redirects in your .htaccess file and then saving the file.
- Check for plugin conflicts: If you have recently installed or activated a new plugin, it could be causing a redirect loop. Try deactivating all of your plugins and then reactivating them one at a time to see if a particular plugin is causing the issue.
- Check your site’s URLs: Make sure that your WordPress site URL and home URL are set correctly in the General Settings. If they are not set correctly, this can cause a redirect loop. Eg. define(‘WP_HOME’,’http://example.com’);
- Check for theme conflicts: Similar to plugin conflicts, a theme conflict can also cause a redirect loop. Try switching to a default WordPress theme (such as Twenty Twenty) to see if the issue persists.
By following these steps and troubleshooting the various possible causes, you should be able to resolve the “Too many redirects” error in WordPress.