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#1 tealover

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Posted 29 September 2015 - 12:57 PM

Has anyone come seen these message on Chrome

 

This webpage has a redirect loop: ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS

 

All my efforts to fix it have come to nowt, anyone got any ideas?



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#2 mrb5162

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Posted 29 September 2015 - 01:14 PM

I had the same problem with one web site I visited regularly. If I used an (internal) link or advanced a page it would count towards a given number of redirects allowed. This originates from the site provider, in this case an online store, according to their customer service department. So there is no way to fix it on our end as far as I can see. I'm not that computer savvy so there may be something I don't know about of course-other than yelling at their tech support via email :) Which doesn't help. If you want to get back on the site the only way I have found is to log out, close the page, remove any session cookies and open the window back up. Of course your still limited to their given number of redirects.  I usually close my browser just in case but it seems it works ok if I forget.

So this is just based on my experience, I hope it can add to your troubleshooting list!



#3 tealover

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Posted 29 September 2015 - 01:59 PM

Thank you,

 

I've tried out deleting all cookies, unfortunately this didn't work. The error is likely a server side problem on their website and nothing to do with our computers. I've contacted the offenders by email and await their reply. They'll try and wriggle out of it by blaming my internet configuration (total crap), as I'm an ex programmer I know the common excuses.

 

The internet is a complicated beast, a bit advanced for my time. I'll keep prodding and talk to some techie mates of mine.

 

Nonetheless I'd still welcome replies






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