How to resolve redirected you too many times WordPress

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  1. Abhilasha15

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    This page isn’t working ******.com redirected you too many times.
    Try clearing your cookies.
    ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS in WordPress, how to resolve it..
     
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    The problem is either with your hosting or htaccess.

    Clear out all redirects in htaccess. If that doesn't fix it talk to your host.
     
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    Redirects are not bad for SEO, but — as with so many things — only if you put them in place correctly. A bad implementation might cause all kinds of trouble, from loss of PageRank to loss of traffic. Redirecting pages is a must if you make any changes to your URLs.

    We might be a bit biased, but we think the redirects manager in our Yoast SEO Premium WordPress plugin is incredible. We know that a lot of people struggle to understand the concept of redirects and the kind of work that goes into adding and managing them. That’s why one of the first things we wanted our WordPress SEO plugin to have was an easy to use redirect tool.

    A redirect checker is a tool to determine if a certain URL is redirected and to analyze the path it follows. You can use this information to find bottlenecks, like a redirect chain in which a URL is redirected many times, making it much harder for Google to crawl that URL — and giving users a less than stellar user experience.
     
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    The problem isn't redirecting. The problem they have is poorly managed redirects resulting in the page not displaying.

    As an aside, using Yoast to mange redirects isn't good for your SEO or site performance. Redirects should be managed at server level not on a live site.
     

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