220.127.116.11.1. 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 a panicode (the name starts with
xn–). If this is not the case, convert original domain name in panicode and change it on the site.