Browsing the internet for entertainment , educational ,research and more many other purposes has become a basic need in our day-to-day life . And it is also common that we may face many strange problems while randomly browsing through the internet .

One of the problem may include “This Webpage has a redirect loop” error , technically this error may read as ” Error 310(net::ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS): there were too many redirects”.

Interconnected through billions of webpages , sometime we have to change the URL of a webpage and redirect from one URL to another URL . And this is when this innocuous redirection causes the annoying problem that reads ” This Webpage has a redirect loop”.

So today we are going to discuss about How to Fix “This Webpage Has A Redirect Loop Error” on Google Chrome .

BUT first to solve this problem we need to understand a little what causes the problem .

SO,What Is A Webpage redirect Loop ?


For instance let’s assume that you are running a blog or a website , now you want to redirect your existing website into a new website you created recently with a new domain name . Now redirecting from an old website to a new one will create some stress on the webpages , but google doesn’t recommand doing this.So not being a linear flow, any change with too many redirect loops cause the redirect loop error .

How to Fix “This Webpage Has A Redirect Loop Error” on Google Chrome?

When you create too many direct for your website or blog it can cause an error that reads as :

“Error 310 (net::ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS):there were too many redirects”.

Basically this problem is caused either at the client end or the server end . One easy way to solve this problem is by deleting cookies in case there is no redirect loop on the server side .



  • Open the browser
  • Now click open on the menu button given in the top-right corner

Now next step is to  Select Setting from the drop-down menu ,




Now Chrome will open your browser setting in a new tab


And now you nee to type “cookie” in the search box . Now chrome will look around for  all the setting option where the word ‘cookies” appears .




Now after the search result pop up , click on Clear browsing data button . Now again a new box will pop up where you have to select Cookies and Other sites and plug-in data


Click the Clear Browsing data button






Now restart your browser .

Go to the same website which was showing the problem , and the error should be gone now and you should be able to view the desired webpage .

Check the htaccess File


Even after deleting cookies if the error persists it is most likely the problem with webpage and as a visitor you will not be able to do anything about it .


Now as a visitor you can try to visit the same URL with another browser . Now if the page still shows the same “This Webpage has redirect Loop” error , it is likely to be a server issue .


Now if you are a developer you can simply look into the .htacess file . Look for a cyclic or too many re-directional codes. All you have to do is try to keep the htaccess file in a clean  state because  if the file becomes confused with all the directional cycle this will break and crash your website .

Hope this blog has helped you with solving the problem of How to Fix “This Webpage Has A Redirect Loop Error” on Google Chrome . If you have anyother way of sloving the problem please leave a comment below . And if you like this blog please share it with your friends .




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