I am experiencing a strange error: I have created a multisite network with WordPress 3.5.1. On a test blog, I have set up a HTTP 301 redirect using the Quick Post/Page Redirect Plugin:
When I open this link in Firefox or Chromium (Linux Mint), I get an error saying that the browser has encountered a redirection loop.
I have recorded the HTTP headers of one single request of that page using the Firefox addon “Live HTTP headers”.
You see that the redirect from http://testlv.ppby.de/2013/04/01/redirect-test/ to http://testlv.ppby.de/2012/09/26/staatliches-regionalfernsehen/ works, but then the latter page always redirects to itself.
But if I open http://testlv.ppby.de/2012/09/26/staatliches-regionalfernsehen/ directly in my browser, it is displayed without my browser throwing any error.
Active plugin on this specific blog:
– Quick Page/Post Redirects Plugin
– YD Network-wide options
I’ve also tried the “Disable Canonical Redirects” plugin, but it does not make a difference if it is active or not.
I’ve also tried creating redirects on another blog in the same network using the Redirection plugin instead of Quick Page/Post Redirects, but the same error occured.
Network activated plugins:
– Quick Cache
– WordPress MU Domain Mapping
– WP Last Login
– Network Plugin Auditor
– Exclude Plugins
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