I am experiencing the following error when trying to access a page on my website:
This web page has a redirect loop.
The web page at http://www.entwinedfilms.com/planning-your-wedding/counties/somerset/priston-mill/ has resulted in too many redirects. Clearing your cookies for this site or allowing third-party cookies may fix the problem. If not, it is possibly a server configuration issue and not a problem with your computer.
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Notice how the URL in the error message is not the same as the target URL. I have turned off the Redirect Plugin and the page now works ok.
I think the error has something to do with a corruption within the following post:
When creating the post I made several mistakes, deleted the post, started again and then renamed the post and slug (I was having one of those days!)
I now find that if I type in the URL above but /priston-mill-3/ it redirects to the desired URL /priston-mill/
I do not know what part of WordPress produces this redirection since the Redirect Plugin is turned off.
I may be wrong in my assumptions above but it does seem like a strange coincidence?
The widcombe-grange post was created by duplicating the priston-mill post so may have inherited some corruption as a result. I considered deleting the post and recreating it but did not want to compound the problem.
I have taken the following advice so far as recommended on various pages but without solving the problem:
I have been into phpMyAdmin and fixed the databases.
Enabled/Disabled ‘All in One SEO’
Reset Permalinks and created new .htaccess file.
Any advice you can give for further fixes would be gratefully received.
For now I have just turned off the Redirect plugin.
Many thanks in advance.