Posts Tagged ‘redirects’


Redirect Loop Installing WordPress on a Subdomain

Posted on April 24th, 2015

Typically installing WordPress on a subdomain is no big deal. It’s a 10 minute process at most. However, today we needed to install it for a client’s test site and it would throw a Error 310 (net::ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS) — “This webpage has a redirect loop” or “The page isn’t redirecting properly” as soon as the the “Install” button was pressed.

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Redirect Only Specific Files from HTTP to HTTPS

Posted on June 27th, 2010

We had a hard time finding a solution to redirect only certain files from HTTP to the secure HTTPS. We found all kinds of ways to redirect the entire site to HTTPS but none for specific pages only. After a few hours tinkering, a solution using the following code in a .htaccess file was found:

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“301” Redirects for SEO

Posted on March 4th, 2010

Search engines will often regard www.example.com and example.com as two different websites. Because of this, websites usually experience the effects of link fragmentation (inbound links point to both www.example.com and others to example.com). For example, if www.example.com has 5,000 inbound links and example.com has 2,500 inbound links you could potentially combine them so you have all 7,500 links pointing to www.example.com.

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