What does 'too many redirects' mean on Safari?

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What does 'too many redirects' mean on Safari?



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If a webpage redirects too many times, it could be set up in such a way that it creates a redirect loop. In that situation, the page's owner will have to fix the problem.
It's also possible that the problem is caused by out-of-date redirect information in your browser's cache or cookies. To find out, go to:

  1. From the Safari menu bar, select Preferences > Safari.
  2. Select the Privacy option.
  3. Select Manage Website Data from the drop-down menu.
  4. Find the name of the redirecting website in the Search window, then pick it and click Remove. Safari then deletes all of the website's stored data, including cache and cookies. This may cause you to be signed out of the website or cause it to behave differently.
  5. Close Safari preferences after clicking Done.
If the problem persists, repeat the procedure., but instead of clicking Remove for the redirecting website, click Remove All to remove stored data for every website you've visited in Safari.


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