Google Chrome has now become a most renowned web browser across the globe, and it always works great with some other Google products such as YouTube and Gmail as well. Regardless of its features and fame, many Google Chrome users have received the Error Code “The Webpage has a Redirect Loop” or ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS” that stops the access to a definite web page. Moreover, this error can occur while users are trying to access their Gmail accounts.
Though a Uniform Resource
Locator refers to the URL address of any web page on the internet, and
we know that each web page is a part of a website with some unique
domain name. And the webpage loop error usually occurs due to some
mistakes from the webmasters. However, there are various situations
which compel the webmasters to redirect from one URL to another in a
linear flow. But, redirecting the page in which you already made a
redirection creates a never-ending loop in the computer system. This
type of process always works well even without any glitches, except
errors have been done by the webmasters in website designing or
programming. Below we discussed how to fix ‘This Webpage has a Redirect
Step to Fix ‘This Page has a Redirect Loop’ Problem
This error can arise from both the client side and server side. In case, you are a visitor; you don’t have any control over the web pages and encounter the error in your web browser, we recommend you to clear all your browser cookies. As for clearing, the cookies should help you in solving the issue. Before continuing the steps, we advise you that follow the steps in an exact form to prevent yourself from troubles and error free. By doing this, in the same way, helps you in saving time. Here how to do it:
- Firstly, Launch the Google Chrome web browser on your computer system.
- Hit the ‘Menu’ icon located at the top right corner of the screen.
- From the drop-down menu list, select the ‘History’ option and click on it.
- After that, a new Google Chrome tab with the web browser’s personal settings will open on the screen and from the Settings, select “Clear browsing data” option.
- Now, a new pop-up window will open up on your screen.
- Checkmark the “All Cookies and Site Data” option box.
- Then, a list of some other history options based on the local data about the frequently visited web pages will appear on the screen.
- Click on the “Clear Browsing Data” to clear the cookies and data from the computer system.
- Finally, exit the settings tab and restart the Google Chrome web browser.
Hopefully, this above
mentioned procedure will help you in clearing the web browser’s cookies
and other data. Again, try to open the web page which was throwing the
error on the screen while working with the Google Chrome or with other
products of Google.
Marshall Lyne is a self-professed security expert; he has been making the people aware of the security threats. His passion is to write about Cybersecurity, cryptography, malware, social engineering, internet and new media. He writes for Norton security products at norton.com/setup mcafee.com/activate office.com/setup norton.com/setup office.com/setup norton.com/setup