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Come risolvere l’errore Troppi reindirizzamenti in WordPress

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L’errore “Errore troppi reindirizzamenti” è un errore di WordPress che può essere causato da un plugin o da impostazioni errate. In effetti, è uno degli errori più comuni riscontrati dai nostri lettori e da altri utenti di WordPress.

Questo errore può persino bloccare l’accesso al sito web, rendendo la correzione un po’ complicata. Fortunatamente, abbiamo risolto il problema dei troppi reindirizzamenti più volte, quindi sappiamo esattamente cosa fare.

In questo articolo vi mostreremo come risolvere facilmente il problema “Errore di troppi reindirizzamenti” in WordPress. Inoltre, spiegheremo come ripristinare l’accesso al vostro sito web e come risolvere l’errore.

Fixing too many redirects error in WordPress

Suggerimento dell’esperto: Preferite lasciare la risoluzione dei problemi ai professionisti? I nostri servizi di assistenza WordPress sono in grado di correggere l’errore in pochissimo tempo e di far tornare il sito operativo. Inoltre, offriamo correzioni una tantum, così non dovrete preoccuparvi di contratti continui.

Cosa causa il problema “Errore di troppi reindirizzamenti” in WordPress?

L’errore “Troppi reindirizzamenti” è causato da un problema di reindirizzamento mal configurato in WordPress.

Come forse già sapete, WordPress dispone di una funzione di struttura degli URL SEO-friendly che utilizza la funzione di reindirizzamento. Allo stesso modo, molti popolari plugin di WordPress utilizzano questa funzione per impostare reindirizzamenti temporanei, creare reindirizzamenti 301 permanenti e correggere errori 404.

Se si utilizza un plugin per risolvere il problema del contenuto insicuro SSL o un plugin per la cache di WordPress, è possibile che influisca anche sui reindirizzamenti e causi l’errore “troppi reindirizzamenti”.

Ecco come appare il messaggio “ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS” in Google Chrome.

Error Too Many Redirects in Google Chrome

Tuttavia, questo errore non dice che cosa sta causando il conflitto e che sta forzando il ciclo di reindirizzamento in WordPress.

Ecco come si presenta l’errore in Firefox con il messaggio “La pagina non viene reindirizzata correttamente”.

Too many redirects error in Firefox

Detto questo, vediamo come risolvere il problema dei troppi reindirizzamenti in WordPress.

Vi guideremo passo dopo passo nella risoluzione dei problemi, nell’accesso al vostro sito WordPress e nell’evitare che l’errore si ripeta.

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1. Cancellare i cookie e la cache del browser

Una causa comune dell’errore potrebbe essere rappresentata dai cookie del browser web. Provate ad accedere al sito web utilizzando un altro browser, come Firefox, Safari, Opera o Microsoft Edge.

Se si riesce ad accedere normalmente al sito web utilizzando un altro browser, è necessario cancellare i cookie del browser e la cache nel browser abituale.

Clear cookies and cache in Google chrome

Abbiamo una guida dettagliata su come cancellare la cache del browser in tutti i principali browser che vi aiuterà a farlo.

Se invece la modifica del browser non risolve il problema, si può passare alla fase successiva.

2. Disattivare tutti i plugin di WordPress

La causa più comune dei loop di reindirizzamento di WordPress o “ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS” è un conflitto di plugin. Un plugin di WordPress che tenta di impostare un reindirizzamento in modo tale da entrare in conflitto con i reindirizzamenti predefiniti di WordPress può causare questo messaggio di errore.

Per risolvere il problema, è necessario disattivare tutti i plugin di WordPress sul sito web. Normalmente, è sufficiente andare alla pagina Plugin ” Tutti i plugin nell’area di amministrazione di WordPress e disattivare i plugin da lì.

Deactivate all plugins

Tuttavia, supponiamo che a causa dell’errore di reindirizzamento non sia possibile accedere all’area di amministrazione di WordPress.

In questo caso, è necessario disattivare i plugin di WordPress utilizzando un client FTP come FileZilla o l’applicazione File Manager del pannello di controllo dell’hosting WordPress.

È sufficiente collegarsi al proprio sito web con un client FTP e accedere alla cartella /wp-content/.

Renaming the plugins folder using FTP

Qui troverete la cartella dei plugin, che dovrete rinominare in ‘plugins.deactivate’.

In questo modo si disattivano tutti i plugin di WordPress sul sito.

Renamed plugins folder

In pratica, WordPress cerca una cartella chiamata plugins per caricare i file dei plugin. Quando non trova la cartella, disattiva automaticamente i plugin attivi nel database.

Ora, potete provare a visitare il vostro sito web WordPress. Se ora siete in grado di accedere all’area di amministrazione di WordPress, significa che uno dei plugin ha causato l’errore.

Per capire quale sia il plugin colpevole, è necessario tornare al client FTP o all’applicazione File Manager e rinominare la cartella plugins.deactivate in ‘plugins’.

Dopodiché, passate all’area di amministrazione di WordPress del vostro sito web e andate alla pagina Plugin ” Tutti i plugin. Da qui, potete attivare i vostri plugin uno per uno e poi visitare il vostro sito web per vedere se riuscite a riprodurre l’errore.

Una volta individuato il plugin che causa l’errore, è possibile trovare un’alternativa a tale plugin o segnalare il problema al forum di supporto WordPress del plugin.

3. Correggere gli URL di WordPress

Un’altra causa importante di questo errore è una configurazione errata delle impostazioni URL di WordPress. Normalmente, è possibile visualizzare queste opzioni nella pagina Impostazioni ” Generali “.

WordPress URL settings

Per la maggior parte dei siti web, gli URL nei campi Indirizzo WordPress e Indirizzo sito devono essere uguali. Tuttavia, alcuni utenti possono ritrovarsi a utilizzare il suffisso “www” in un URL e un URL non www nell’altro.

Poiché potreste non avere accesso all’area di amministrazione di WordPress, potrebbe essere necessario correggere gli URL di WordPress utilizzando un client FTP o l’applicazione File Manager.

Collegatevi al vostro sito WordPress utilizzando un client FTP e andate a /wp-content/themes/your-theme-folder/.

Edit functions.php file

Da qui, è necessario trovare il file functions.php e modificarlo con un editor di testo semplice, come Notepad o TextEdit.

Successivamente, è necessario aggiungere il seguente codice in basso:

update_option( 'siteurl', 'https://example.com' );
update_option( 'home', 'https://example.com' );

Non dimenticate di sostituire “https://example.com” con gli URL del vostro sito. Ora è possibile salvare le modifiche e caricare il file sul proprio sito web.

Successivamente, provate a visitare il vostro sito web per vedere se l’errore si risolve.

Per ulteriori metodi, consultate il nostro tutorial su come modificare facilmente gli URL di WordPress.

4. Ripristinare il file .htaccess di WordPress

Il file .htaccess è un file speciale utilizzato dal server del sito web per gestire i reindirizzamenti e altre impostazioni del server. WordPress utilizza questo file anche per gli URL SEO-friendly e altri reindirizzamenti.

A volte, i plugin di WordPress possono apportare modifiche al file .htaccess del vostro sito web, innescando questo errore. È anche possibile che la disattivazione di un plugin non rimuova le modifiche dal file .htaccess.

In questo caso, è necessario reimpostare manualmente il file .htaccess di WordPress.

Anche in questo caso, dovrete accedere al vostro sito web utilizzando un client FTP o l’applicazione File Manager nel vostro cruscotto di hosting. Una volta collegati, vedrete il file .htaccess nella cartella principale del vostro sito web.

Editing .htaccess file via FTP

Nota: se non riuscite a trovare il vostro file .htaccess, consultate la nostra guida su come trovare il file .htaccess in WordPress.

Innanzitutto, è necessario scaricare una copia del file .htaccess sul computer come backup. Dopodiché, si può procedere all’eliminazione del file dal proprio sito web.

Ora potete provare a visitare il vostro blog WordPress. Se tutto funziona normalmente, significa che il file .htaccess ha causato l’errore di reindirizzamento.

Ora, poiché abbiamo cancellato il file .htaccess, è necessario ricrearlo. Normalmente, il vostro sito WordPress è in grado di farlo da solo. Per accertarsene, basta andare alla pagina Impostazioni ” Permalinks e fare clic sul pulsante “Salva modifiche” in basso.

Refresh permalinks to create .htaccess file

5. Prevenire l’errore Troppi reindirizzamenti in WordPress

Speriamo che i passaggi appena descritti abbiano risolto il problema del reindirizzamento sul vostro sito web. Se il problema non è stato risolto, potrebbe essere necessario parlare con la società di hosting di WordPress per assicurarsi che non ci sia un problema di server.

Una volta risolto il problema sul vostro sito, dovreste essere in grado di capire cosa lo ha causato.

Se si tratta di un plugin, è necessario segnalare il problema al forum di supporto del plugin. Consultate la nostra guida su come richiedere il supporto di WordPress. Tuttavia, se non riuscite a ottenere aiuto, potete sempre trovare un plugin alternativo che faccia la stessa cosa.

Se l’errore è stato causato da un’errata configurazione del sito WordPress, è possibile prenderne nota e assicurarsi che le impostazioni del sito siano configurate correttamente.

Per ulteriori suggerimenti, consultate il nostro tutorial dettagliato su come risolvere i problemi di WordPress da soli come un vero professionista di WordPress.

Speriamo che questo articolo vi abbia aiutato a correggere l’errore “troppi reindirizzamenti” sul vostro sito web. Potreste anche voler mettere tra i preferiti il nostro manuale definitivo degli errori comuni di WordPress e vedere come contattare l’assistenza WordPress.

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  2. Gerjon says

    When plugins are the issue (a sort of site appears when the plugins folder in de-activated), chances are you’ve used an ‘under constructions’ plugin when building the site on a temp location. de-activate this plugin first!

  3. Bene says

    Hi,
    I’ve followed to the letter this tutorial to move my site from my localhost to my production site. However I’m having issues with accessing the site.
    I’m all good to access the WP-admin dashboard however I cannot get to the website, for some reason it keeps redirecting me to my localhost.
    This is driving me nuts:
    – I’ve updated the wp_ptions both home and siteURL
    – I’ve placed the .htaccess as per the comment
    – I’ve searched my database and could not find anywhere else except on cross-page links localhost
    I really don’t know how this redirect to my localhost is taking place.
    Any hint?

  4. Nate Balcom says

    Thanks so much this worked like a champ. It took all of 2 minutes and I was able to get back into my admin. Much appreciated. I’m going to share the bajesus out of this.

  5. kiran dev says

    copy plugin folder from wp-content and place it somewhere else then just delete plugin folder from wp-content and reload your wp-admin.php url now it ask for wp login…enjoy but all plugins will deactive and copy plugin folder from where you saved it and paste inside wp-content…..
    now its normal ……

    thanks me later :)))

  6. Dan N says

    I’ve been trying to solve this issue. My site works fine and I’ve removed the plugins directory, but I can’t seem to get to my wp-admin page. Anything beyond wp-admin results in 404 and if I go to /wp-admin, it results in ‘too many redirects’.

    Can’t seem to figure it out!!!!! Please help!!

    • WPBeginner Support says

      First try the section ‘Change Site URL Without Access to Admin Area’ in the article above. Try adding www to your site URL. If it already has it, then try removing it. If this does not solve your problem, then try these steps.

      Connect to your website using FTP.

      In your site’s root folder, locate the .htaccess file and download it to your computer as backup.

      Edit the FTP file on your webserver and paste this code inside it.

      # BEGIN WordPress
      <IfModule mod_rewrite.c>
      RewriteEngine On
      RewriteBase /
      RewriteRule ^index\.php$ - [L]
      RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f
      RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d
      RewriteRule . /index.php [L]
      </IfModule>
      # END WordPress
      

      Try accessing your website and admin area now.

      Admin

      • Dan N says

        OK so get this. I did all of the possible things from this site and others and absolutely none of it worked. Then I went to do a restore to a previous backup and it got worse. HTTP500s all around.

        After some troubleshooting, it turned out somehow Namecheap’s file permissions got mucked around with (not by me) and once that was fixed by the tech, everything came back up just fine.

        I guess you can’t really rule out SERVER ISSUES even if it isn’t being controlled by you.

  7. Intan says

    Help please, i added in script into the html body in wordpress.. then my website is not accessible. I have deleted the script but still cannot access my website.any advice?

  8. Jon says

    Is it possible that having the url setting you mentioned in your first solution could cause the cycle of redirects if they are set to https but a plugin is forcing all pages but one to http?

  9. Javier says

    Hi! Ijust upgraded WP on one of my sites to 4.4.1. After doing so, site loads fine, but when trying out wp-admin, I keep getting a:
    The page isn’t redirecting properly error.
    I tried to delete .htaccess but I don’t see it regenerated. I also tried to rename plugins folder with no luck.
    Permissions seem to be fine, and it is just wp-admin failing.

    Any clues you can share with me?

  10. Rantej says

    Just sharing solution that worked for me. I had tried everything including disabling plugins, changing themes, home & site url in phpmyadmin or wp-config etc. But in the end just deleted and uploaded the recent wp-admin and wp-includes folder. Everything is back to normal

  11. Sam says

    Had this issue. Added a new SSL certificate. Discovered it was a setting in WooCommerce under Checkout Settings. Had to uncheck the “Force HTTPS after checkout” option. Instead, I used the Force https plugin.

  12. Donna says

    Just created a new page on my blog and am getting a redirect loop on it. Just on the one page. All of the other pages seem to work.

    Before it happened I click the buy button and since that it went to redirect. Baffled… but hate the idea of reloading all of the plugins. Hoping there is a shorter solution.

  13. Jamie says

    Just the information I was looking for! I changed my DNS then quickly changed back to the original DNS after some issues. Now, I get this error in Firefox and some other browsers. Is this something that my host has to fix?

  14. Sumon says

    hi thanks for nice post, still i am wonder how to solve my website loop error, i am facing problem on particular feed page that is showing error, pls reply to solve my problem

    • WPBeginner Support says

      It seems your feed is redirecting to an unauthorized URL. This could mean that your site is infected. Before you do anything else, first deactivate all your WordPress plugins and switch to a default WordPress theme like twenty sixteen. If this resolves your problem then it was an issue with one of your plugins or your WordPress theme. If this does not help, then try steps in our step by step guide fixing hacked WordPress site.

      Admin

  15. Uzair Hayat says

    I’m not sure what caused the error on my site upon launch.
    A few users started facing redirect errors including some on my team.
    I believe this was the work of some plugin, but i cant put my finger on it :/

    I was able to fix the problem by removing www from my urls.

  16. Adam says

    Thank you for this post. I have been trying to deal with my redirect problem for days. I have tried everything on this site, yet the problem persists. I even did a fresh install. And, while that helped googlebot being able to crawl my site and helped my sitemap not being redirected, I still have a redirect issue when I use the seobook header check tool.

    I even changed the permission to 755 on only the directories of wp_admin. The only thing I haven’t done is delete .htaccess because if something goes wrong there, then I would have to rebuild the site. And, I’ve been at this too long to rebuild it again to have the same problem.

    Is it a hosting issue? I’m with godaddy and the site is carauctiongurus.com . I definitely learned a lot about WordPress having this redirect issue. Can you help?

      • Adam says

        Thank you. I have done what you asked and the site is still reachable, however SEOBook and MXToolbox still show and infinte redirect loop. Should I give it some time first? Thanks again.

  17. Nikhil says

    Thanks for all…

    After research of two days and try everything in that blog….

    Finally I found

    0750 replace 0755

    Done…..

    The Best Blog I Ever seen for WordPress Solution….

    All Solution at One Place….

    Keep Posting……

    • Strahinja Krstić says

      Hey NIKHIL,

      Thanks for your comment. Just one question:

      You said “0750 replace 0755”. Do that numbers mean file permissions for FTP folders?

  18. Craig says

    First I want to thank you for your article.

    Some of this worked, all of it help me troubleshoot.
    If you have Woo-commerce installed into your blog for a store add-on there are additional settings added to your Permalink Settings; Common Settings and Product permalink base.

    The Common Settings are for the articles and must be set to any setting other than default or Custom Structure. This will stop the error.
    You helped me, I hope this helps another.

    C-

  19. Taufiq says

    Thank you for the tip. It worked! I messed up the WP settings when I changed the site address URL and WP address URL from teasan.com.au to teasan.com.au/organic-matcha ….. the website then went to a redirect loop! Couldnt even log in.

    Downloaded FileZilla and added

    define(‘WP_HOME’,’http://example.com’);
    define(‘WP_SITEURL’,’http://example.com’);

    as suggested and it worked!! Thank you so much.

    However, now the URLs on the settings are pretty much locked. But its ok, I dont think I will ever change it again!

  20. Caroline says

    I found that mine was caused by a missing trailing slash “/” at the end of my upload_url_path in the wp_options database table…

  21. Presto says

    After looking at several highly technical and complicated to no result, your post did the trick. To me, it was the plugin I chose to include during the WP installation.

    Thanks a lot!

  22. Jose says

    My website was doing good, but I installed woocommerce plugin on my site and now my website has this error message, so like I read it is good to contact my host?

  23. megan says

    if we change mysql username and password
    in cpanel or … and if we don’t edit wp-cofing.php file this error follow us

  24. Josh says

    I tried this solution and it completely complicated things even more, making the issues much worse. Be careful, always seek out the help of a professional developer before playing around with areas like this in your website.

  25. David says

    Great post. I also had the issue of the redirects and here is one solution that I came across just recently. I had deactivated the plugins and had the url in the proper locations. What happened is that I transferred the site over to another host. The issue that I came across was the php.ini file that was causing the issue. Some servers will let you put in a custom .ini file while others do not. I deleted the .ini file since it was not needed in the new server since I set the php files to be all the same for multiple accounts. Once I did that, I was able to log in the site as usual.

    • sandeep says

      David,

      Could you please elaborate on how you resolved the issue. I am facing the same probelm, we moved the site to a new host and new domain name. The urls are proper and there are no plugins. we have multiple sites hosted. If multisite is set to false, login page works fine,but cant see any sites in the dashboard. If multisite is set to true, getting too many redirects issue. The url is being pointed to new-domain-name/wp-signup.php?new=new-domain-name

      if I could fix this too many redirects issue, I should be able to view my sites in dashboard (also I have do search/replace in wordpress database (interconnectit script)

      “Some servers will let you put in a custom .ini file while others do not. I deleted the .ini file since it was not needed in the new server since I set the php files to be all the same for multiple accounts.”

      Did you delete the php.ini file in /etc/php5/apache2/php.ini ?

      Looking for urgent help. Thanks in advance !!

  26. Odinekachukwu Ishicheli says

    I can’t thank you enough for this. M site has been giving me the “redirect error” since February and even after deactivating all plugins still had the same issue, until I looked for my .htaccess file from my cPanel and delete.

    Thank you so much for the help, I am stuck now to your site learning all the little tips and tricks after running away from my software engineering classes.

  27. emile says

    hi there,

    i tried all of the above and it still won’t work.

    define(‘WP_HOME’,’http://example.com’);
    define(‘WP_SITEURL’,’http://example.com’);

    with and without the www.

    i tried deleting the .htaccess and deactivating all the plugins and ‘This webpage has a redirect loop’

    ‘ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS’ is still showing.

    can someone help me?

    thanks

  28. Ernest says

    Hi
    Just wanted to thank you for this. I’ve been struggling with a specific plugin and your recommendations help me fix it.

    I haven’t found a solution for the layman anywhere else.

    Thanks.

  29. Ashish Makwana says

    Hi every body,

    i also have same problem but solution is here:

    1)
    Ref :https://www.wpbeginner.com/wp-tutorials/how-to-fix-error-too-many-redirects-issue-in-wordpress/
    Open wp-config.php and add these two lines
    define(‘WP_HOME’,’http://yourdomain.com’);
    define(‘WP_SITEURL’,’http://yourdomain.com’);
    /*also add below */
    /*Ref :https://tommcfarlin.com/resolving-the-wordpress-multisite-redirect-loop/*/
    define(‘ADMIN_COOKIE_PATH’, ‘/’);
    define(‘COOKIE_DOMAIN’, ”);
    define(‘COOKIEPATH’, ”);
    define(‘SITECOOKIEPATH’, ”);

    /*and in last if you have apply code for canonical url into ,htacces then comment it means disabled it but not remove */
    take backup first .htaccess file then do above change.

    Enjoy your day!!!!!!!!!

  30. Andre says

    OMG! I simply have no words to thank you. I’m about 10 hours trying to fix this issue to install wordpress and I’ve read a thousand blogs and couldn’t fix it.
    Editing config.php with those two first lines solved the problem.
    Thank you very much.
    Succes for you!

  31. WPBeginner Staff says

    No they do not. People usually assume that applying permissions recursively on directories should also affect files inside directory. This is not correct. You can have different permissions for directories and different permissions for files inside the directory.

  32. robrecord says

    Well, I am totally flummoxed. I have one site in a multisite install that only does this SOMETIMES. For example, Earlier today the site was fine and I was loading it up on multiple browsers and multiple machines. I have not touched the config or anything on the backend, and now it’s ‘too many redirects’. This has been going on for weeks. Really need this to be fixed!

    I’ve verified permissions. I’ve verified & reset permalinks settings. I’ve removed cookies. I’ve verified & reverified domain mapping settings. Checked home & site URLs. Checked SEO settings. Reset nginx page cache and WC3 object cache. Disabled browser cache. Disabled all WP plugins.

    It’s only saying ‘too many redirects’ for the home page; I can log in to admin and view other pages.

    I appreciate all help so far… Does anyone have any further suggestions please?

    • Paul Vincent says

      Hi, did you ever find a solution to your issue with the occasional too many redirects issue? I’m experiencing the same problem – it occurs once or twice a day for anonymous users, but anyone signed in is fine, which makes me assume it’s a cache problem, but so far nothing has fixed the issue…

      Thanks,
      Paul

  33. uhhm.net says

    just fyi, anyone trying to solve this issue where other conventional suggestions do not work…

    make sure your owner/group permissions are correct.

    ie, if you manually uploaded wp-admin & wp-includes via your root login, you will need to change folder/file ownership and group to whichever account your wordpress installation is on.

    to change ownership/group from shell:

    chown -R ownername:groupname foldername

    ie:

    chown -R wpaccount:wpaccount wp-admin
    chown -R wpaccount:wpaccount wp-includes

    this applies to cPanel, Linux, Unix installations etc.

  34. WPBeginner Staff says

    First create a backup of your website download all your files and backup your database using phpMyAdmin.

    After that delete your .htaccess file

    Open wp-config.php and add these two lines

    define(‘WP_HOME’,’http://example.com’);
    define(‘WP_SITEURL’,’http://example.com’);

    Replace example.com with your own domain name.

    If you are not seeing error too many redirects issue but seeing white screen. Then try these steps:

    https://www.wpbeginner.com/wp-tutorials/how-to-fix-the-wordpress-white-screen-of-death/

    If this doesn’t help then select your wp-admin folder in FTP client and change file permission to 755. Make sure you check to apply the permissions recursively and apply it to all the directories inside wp-admin. Do not set it for all files resursively, just the directories.

    • robrecord says

      “Make sure you check to apply the permissions recursively and apply it to all the directories inside wp-admin. Do not set it for all files resursively, just the directories.”

      These sentences appear to contradict each other.

  35. Pamela says

    Thanks for the information. Based upon what you said, I thought I may have a conflict with an SEO plug-in that I recently installed, but my redirect problem was with one new post. In the settings for the plug-in, I saw that “create autogenerated description” was checked. Since I am writing my own descriptions, I unchecked that (thinking that it may create a conflict). But that didn’t change anything.

    Elsewhere, I read that the redirect error could be caused by changing the post title when the permalink is set to post title. Since I have a new assistant helping me with the blog, I thought maybe this had happened.

    Before unplugging all of the plug-ins, I created a new post, pasted the text from the post with the redirect error, deleted error-prone post, and published the new post. Now it works!

  36. Jason George says

    Thanks for your information. I have also read that this can be caused by a file permissions issue on wordpress folders. The article mentioned verifying that the permissions are set to 644 on all of your wp-admin folders and files. Hope this helps someone out.

  37. Evelyn Guzman says

    I’m glad you’re doing this and you’re doing a great job. I also feel great to be following you because I have 2 big problems with WordPress so I am watching for these. One is on getting a lot of spams and I have Akismet on. Perhaps the problem is that in the comment box, WordPress puts down by default my user name and the clickable word logout instead of getting prospective commenters to login.

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