We will go through some troubleshooting steps for the following error which might appear after you update the WordPress.
Method - 1 Deleting browser data.
There could be caching issue for this error. In google chrome, please refer to the below steps to clear browser data.
- Click on the three dots icon on the upper right corner.
- Click on Settings and then click on the Click on clear browser data under the Privacy and Security section.
- Now click on the Clear data button.
Please refer to the following steps to clear browser data in Mozilla Firefox.
- Open the menu by clicking on the three lines icon on the upper right corner.
- Click on the option and then click on Privacy& Security.
- Now click on a clear data button under Cookies and Site Data.
Method - 2 Disable corrupt plugins.
Corrupted plugins can also create the issue of too many redirects. We can disable plugins temporarily and check if that can solve the issue. You need to identify which plugin is exactly causing this by disabling plugin one by one.
- Login to your hosting account and open the file manager.
- Now open the root directory where all your website content is uploaded.
- Now open the wp-content directory.
- Now rename the folder plugin to plugins_disabled.
Method - 3 Clear WordPress cache
WordPress cache also causes this problem so we can try to clear the WordPress cache also to mitigate this issue. Please refer to the below steps to clear the WordPress cache.
- Login to your WordPress admin dashboard.
- Click on the plugins and then click on add new.
- Now search for WP Fastest Cache and install it.
- Now click on the WP Fastest Cache under the setting.
- Now choose Delete cache and click on the delete cache button.
That’s is now we have cleared the WordPress cache. And it should solve the problem of too many redirects.