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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. Akash Gadiya says

    I’ve tried all the suggested solutions but unfortunately none of them seem to work for me. The last thing I remember doing on the cPanel was to use the Backup wizard to take a full backup of the site. After that I’m assuming, the too many redirects error started showing up. I don’t even have access to the admin panel now. Could that in any way be linked to this problem?

    Here’s what I’ve done so far:
    1) I added those lines of code to the wp-config.php file with and without www
    2) I deleted 2 .htaccess files, one in the root directory and another in the wp-content folder, one by one
    3) I renamed the plugins folder to deactivate it
    4) I downloaded the backup file from the root directory and deleted it from the server
    4) I ran through all the comments scanning for a possible fix, but to no avail

    Any assistance in any way would be highly appreciated.

    Thanks!

  3. Caspian Canuck says

    In my case the culprit was a redirect plugin that had a feature (which I don’t remember turning on, so it may have been done automatically during a version update) that monitors changes in page URLs and creates automatic redirects. The idea behind it is, if you had a page that you originally created under Category A, then moved it to Category B, the plugin would automatically create a HTTP 301 redirect from /category_a/slug to /category_b/slug. Except it isn’t smart enough to delete that redirect if you subsequently decided to move the page back to Category A and would stupidly create a second redirect from /category_b/slug to /category_a/slug. This would create an infinite redirect loop.

    My solution to this idiocy was to disable the auto-redirect feature.

  4. Muqarrab Zaidi says

    My website is running fine no problem with that i have edited .htaccess file also the code you provided but still this problem exist

  5. Muqarrab Zaidi says

    I have deactivated all plugins (folder name changed in wp-content) but still unable to login into admin area error is same that ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS please suggest me I am trying to resolve this I can’t publish my articles since 2 days

  6. Webadmin says

    I found out that there are two .htaccess files, one in www folder and other www/wp-admin folder. I also discovered that I had security enable where the admin folder was only allowed from a specific IP. My DSL provider changed my outbound IP at sometime and start causing me “redirect” issues. Once I add the new IP into www/wp-admin/.htaccess file, I was able to see my admin login page.

  7. Amber says

    I deleted the .htaccess file but a new one has not generated. Is there something I need to do to generate the new .htaccess file?

    • Martha says

      After deleting the .htaccess file, you need to log in to your admin area, go to Settings -> Permalinks, select the appropriate url choice you prefer, then hit Save. A new .htaccess file will be generated for you.

  8. Lookman says

    After trying all the solutions suggested above without success. I stumbled upon a solution, my wp-admin folder was inside a cgi-bin folder, I don’t know how the folder was create, I copied my wp-admin folder to the main folder and deleted the cgi-bin folder.

    Thanks all

  9. hossam elbadry says

    Please happened to me the same problem on a link to the Control Panel( wp-admin) and you just experimenting with the second solution did not succeed with me

  10. Romas says

    I have infinite loop redirection when I change in settigns->general
    http://example.com to https://example.com , I think this means that there is some redirection from https to http, but I cannot find it, as far as I know I dont have plugins that redirect from https to http, but I think this is a standard feature of worpdress, how can I turn it off?
    Thanks.

    • WPBeginner Support says

      Hi Romas,

      No it is not a WordPress feature. If you do not have SSL installed on your site then you need to use http:// in both site address and WordPress address fields on Settings -> General page.

      Admin

  11. Alex Lucchesi says

    My solution: when I noticed that none of the above solutions worked, I realized that each time the only way I was able to successfully get to mydomain/wp-admin was to go to GoDaddy cPanel, Installatron, My Applications and click on the link for mydomain.com/wp-admin
    So I right-clicked on that link and pasted it to the Bookmark property. When I did that the path was really long and not the expected mydomain.com/wp-admin
    GoDaddy was doing a lot more than that to get me in.
    Once I updated the Bookmark with the right path I now have a one click solution to get me to Admin level.

  12. hugo says

    466/5000
    The same thing is happening to me. I was unable to access the administrator when the Polylang add-in is active.

    I have used the method of deactivating the polylang folder (wp-content / plugins / polylang) by ftp, changing its name to “polylang_backup” so that it at least enters the dashboard.

    But I need it to work with the activated polylang. We have a lot of content with the customer already translated.

    * I noticed this happened when I cleared the cache

    Please help

  13. Tunc says

    Thank you for your tutorial. I recently moved my website to https but I realized it put a lot of cpu load on the server so I decided to change it back to http after 3 days. I received the too many redirects error but I was able to fix it following your tutorial and clearing cookies.
    My problem is, the people who visited the https version of my website are getting too many redirect errors and some do not know that they should clear their cookies. Is there any way I can do something on the server side so they won’t get redirect errors?
    Kind regards

  14. Akash Negi says

    Hello wp beginner
    My website was not opening with non www version so i have done some changes like domain forwarding to my own domain (i really don’t know what i was doing). But now i am facing problem. My website has too many redirect loop error. Please help me how to solve this error. It’s very important for me
    Thanks!

    • WPBeginner Support says

      Hi Akash,

      First, you need to undo the changes you made to your website like domain forwarding. Next you need to contact your WordPress hosting provider. Some WordPress hosting providers configure their servers in a way that allows you to automatically redirect users from non-www to www URL and vice-versa. Choose the one and then stick to it and don’t forget to enter your prefered URL in WordPress settings.

      Admin

  15. Thomas F. says

    I had this problem after I changed a setting in PLESK. In “hosting settings”. I set “preferred domain” to instead of and couldnt reach my wordpress anymore.

  16. Dave 'Niyi says

    How Blessed & pleasant Today is!
    It took me 51 days to solve all these problems.
    My site problems started with “Error establishing Database Connection”.
    I visited many web forums for help but to no avail, until I changed my host.
    The new host did all they could then my admin back end started working. My site started another error ” Internal Server Error” and this was solved after googling for solution. Then the third error started “Too many redirection”.

    I read this post and did all prescribed solutions, also to no avail. I Continued reading the comments until I came across SARAH HAYES comment. Guess what?
    A single capitalLetter that I used in my domain name caused the error.

    This is what I did:
    I replaced myDomainName.com with mydomainname.com in my wordpress database and my wp-config.php file and the problem was solved immediately.

    What a painful lesson to learn. NEVER USE CAPITAL LETTERS FOR DOMAIN NAMES in your website settings and files.
    always use small letters all through.
    Thanks everyone for sharing.

  17. mamun says

    I plugged one last time. I read this article and unplugged. My problem is solved. Thanks for your article.

  18. Sarah says

    I haven’t been able to access Network Admin after installing Multisite with localhost. Since I don’t yet have a site URL, is adding the below lines to my wp-config.php file even a possible solution? What would I put in place of the URL? Any insight into this would be much appreciated. :)

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

  19. Maoz says

    Hey there apparently the wooCommerce plugin did that problem for me and i deactivated it.. but i need a plugin to put in my store… any suggestions ?

  20. Sines says

    Hi there,

    I want to share my solution. I had the same issue and I was searching for a hole day to fix that. I had tried all of the solutions above, but nothing worked for me. For me it has something to do with my hoster.

    After I deactivated my ssl certificate it workt again. So I dug deeper and find the reason. The ssl certifacation was for my domain without “www”. After I activated ssl again and changed this lines in wp-config, everythink worket again:

    FROM
    define(‘WP_HOME’,’https://www.example.com’);
    define(‘WP_SITEURL’,’https://www.example.com’);

    TO (without www)
    define(‘WP_HOME’,’https://example.com’);
    define(‘WP_SITEURL’,’https://example.com’);

    I hope I could help somebody with the same problem.

    Thanks for that article, it brings me on the right way.

  21. nitin verma says

    hey man , I am getting redirect error from last day . can you please help me out , actually when i am searching from google search engine , this error occurs , i have tried the steps as mentioned above but it doesn’t work for me .
    you can also search punjab police physical details , it will not open first time , and when refreshed again it will open .
    Can you please help me out .

  22. Byamugisha Phillimon says

    on which line should i add
    define(‘WP_HOME’,’http://example.com’);
    define(‘WP_SITEURL’,’http://example.com’); am using atom editor.

      • Byamugisha Phillimon says

        This is the message it shows in my browser, Parse error: syntax error, unexpected ‘:’ in /hermes/bosnaweb10a/b2702/ipg.villsmed/public_html/kob/Freestyle/wp-config.php on line 83. Thanks for your coperation

        • WPBeginner Support says

          The error means that there is an extra colon : in your wp-config.php file’s code at line 83. You need to edit that file using an FTP client, and go to the line 83. The code on that line has a misplaced or unwanted colon.

  23. Fiona says

    Thank you so much – I’m glad i found this. I was able to fix the error after being on hold on support for 2 hours with my host who had no idea!! :) Kudos to you.

  24. Vinita says

    Hi,

    Can you help me out with this redirection issue?

    My Site Address is example.com/some-page.php and wordpress url is example.com/some-page/
    Now google sees both as different pages. So I want to redirect some-page.php to /some-page/
    How am i supposed to do it?
    I used 301 redirection but it gives Redirect Loop Problem error.
    Any help would be highly appreciated.

    • WPBeginner Support says

      Connect to your website using an FTP client. Locate the .php file and download it to your computer as a backup. Once you have it on your computer, you can safely delete it from your server. Your redirects should work fine now.

      Admin

  25. musthafa says

    Even i had a same issue “redirected too many times” on all web browsers.The issue was because of “WC Vendors”. I deactivated this plugin after that my site is working perfectly. So deactivate “WC Vendors” everything will be fine..

  26. Sarah Hayes says

    I had this issues and I did everythign that was listed above and still had redirect issuses. The problem was the use of capitals.

  27. Sheila says

    Anyone had the issue during localhost development? I had indeed recently updated plugins, however moving all plugin folders to the trash didn’t help. I do have access to the database: If I add the suggested language to the wp-config.php file,wp-options then shows a “fatal Javascript error”. Further suggestions? The www idea isn’t relevant on localhost (I use the #s url, not localhost: language)

  28. Daniel Lofaso says

    Thanks for the post. My client’s site had this issue and it was caused by a plugin called the “Verve SSL” which alters the https and http URL settings. I deactivated it and no longer got this error. Now we will have to work with our host to troubleshoot further as I don’t know if this is a required plugin for my client’s HTTPS site.

  29. Matthew says

    Thank you. Been searching for hours to work out why pretty links weren’t working and my site had crashed.
    Simple fix
    define(‘WP_HOME’,’http://example.com’);
    define(‘WP_SITEURL’,’http://example.com’);

    • Manos says

      Hello Matthew

      It seems a very clever fix – thank you for sharing
      However for us the landlubbers – would you be so kind to add only couple of lines to explain, what is exactly you have done and it fixed the issue??

      Many Many Thanks

  30. Juan Torrijos says

    Hello Everyone, I had the same issue (Too many redirects) and I wanted to share my solution.

    I have an intranet with a custom made theme.

    The issue started when I changed the Front End template in Reading Settings, from Your latest post to a Static page. I switched back to Latest Post and it worked.

    I didn’t notice it right away because I was logged in all the time. I only saw it when I tried to log back in. But I had made so many changes that I didn’t know what was the problem right away, leading me to this great post! :)

    • Laura Paulus says

      I have been trying to fix my site for days and nothing worked! I just read your comment and tried it. BAM! Working! Thanks so much for posting this!!!

      • Juan Torrijos says

        Hi Laura, I’m glad it helped.

        It turned out that I was using the wp_redirect( home_url() ) function in my index.php, which generated the home_url() so it redirected back to that same page, which will cause and infinite redirect loop.

        I ended up removing that line of code from the index.php and using the static page as the home page. If the user is not logged in, instead of redirecting it simply displays the login form.

      • Juan Torrijos says

        Hi Dave, I’m glad it worked for you. Did you remove the wp_redirect() function from your index.php or did you change your front page displays in your settings?

  31. Geordie says

    Hi, I had a redirect issue on chrome after changing a setting in my custom permalink. Deleting the .htaccess file for the server to regenerate it fixed the problem. Thank you.

  32. Martin says

    Hi guys,

    recently I installed WordPress and Travelo – Travel and Booking Theme. Everything worked smoothly from the beginning. Then too_many_redirects issue occured on my screen. I have an access to my WordPress Admin Panel. Everything is set well (site url, wordpress url), my permalinks are set on Day and name. I deactivated all plugins, deleted .htaccess file, contacted my host provider (they were nice and trying to help me) and we found out that Travelo theme causing the issue. Everytime I activate Travelo the issue occures. When I change the theme everything is in perfect shape. I concacted Soap Theme Support and waiting for their solution. If you guys have an idea how to fix it, please let me know. Thanks.

    • 33qamar says

      hi @Martin!
      I’ve had same issue tried so many solutions but after a lot of tries i came to know that some .php files of my themes (from Woocommerce) were outdated. after updating everything became ok. Now its working well.

  33. Dipesh says

    I am also facing same problem. But finally i solve it by spending whole day hahah. I mistakenly move the wp-admin folder inside wp-content so i am round the problem whole day………hahah…

    • Glenn says

      Right! A missing wp-admin folder results in the same symptoms. I apparently accidentally deleted my localhost wp-admin folder. Discovered the folder was missing when I went to restore from backup. :P

  34. 33qamar says

    Hey!
    I am also facing this problem and As a regular reader of this blog i come to this blog and reach this post done this all but still there.
    i’ve use a migrator plugin “duplicator” for website megrate from localhost to my hosting.

    The page isn’t working redirected you too many times.
    Try:
    Reloading the page
    Clearing your cookies
    ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS

      • Kyle says

        I’ve had the same issue after migrating the site to a new hosting provider. Can anyone help us? We’re getting “too many redirects” with a newly migrated site.

  35. e-colori says

    Thank you!

    only adding to the wp-config.com
    define(‘WP_HOME’,’http://example.com’);
    define(‘WP_SITEURL’,’http://example.com’);

    fixed it! Finally after trying many things!!!

  36. ewan yates says

    Perfect! Turns out my site url was changed by a careless tech support guy. I managed to find and correct the error and now my site is back up and running :)

  37. Jason says

    I am wondering if anyone else has seen redirect issue(s) related to using the plugin named Rename wp-login.php. I like using that plugin to change the default address of wp-admin. I have used it along with a function that adds a specific sting to the end of the login URL (example: ?jedi=theforce). This additional function uses a couple redirects. The function only specifies that if the string is missing or not correct, then redirect to Google. It (I think) has caused the too many redirects on one of my sites. If anyone has a possible resolution, please let us know.

    Thanks!

  38. kulbir singh says

    and second think is this,,,,when i open to this next time on same computer , than that will not redirect on any website ,,,,,if you want to see this problem next time on same computer ,,than clear cookies from same computer and if you try again to open my website than same problem showing

    main consider is this

    if cookies are already store in computer of my website ,,,than this problem not showing
    if i will clear cookies from my computer ,,,than this problem show again

  39. ViralKida says

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

    will work well… Thanks….. ADMIN

  40. Marie says

    Thank you so freaking much! I searched last night and searched. This morning after hours of exhaustion trying to figure it out last night. I found your video this morning on this page!

    I so appreciate it!
    Thank you again!

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