Dear friends of community,
I’m trying to start a small business of Web Optimization using Cloudflare to improve response times.
I have a wordpress installation in Godaddy with the domain “
lemtechnologyweb.com” which is my page of the Optimization service promotion.
To perform a client’s optimization test, I have created another wordpress installation in an additional folder (tesis), within the domain
lemtechnologyweb.com as follows:
It works fine, but Google Page Speed tells me that I have redirection of pages, which subtracts more than 1 sec, speed. Annex images of the PS analysis. I have spent many hours trying to see where the problem is and I can not find it. I would greatly appreciate your help.
The original request is:
Then redirect to:
to then redirect:
I deleted the .htaccess file and the problem persists.
I would greatly appreciate if you can help me identify where I have the fault.
Thank you so much.
That looks like a redirect loop. The Initial and Final Redirect look like the same URL.
What’s your SSL setting here? It’s either Flexible, or Full.
Try the suggestions in this Community Tip to help you fix ERR TOO MANY REDIRECTS.
If your SSL setting on the SSL/TLS app is Flexible and if your origin server is configured to redirect HTTP requests to HTTPS, server responses back to Cloudflare are encrypted. Since Cloudflare is expecting HTTP traffic, it keeps resending the same request, resulting in a redirect loop. This causes browsers to display “The page isn’t redirecting properly” or “ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS” errors.
Hi sdayman, very thanks for your answer…
Yes, I have the SSL configureted en Cloudflare, like as: Flexible.
The first redirect is adding the trailing slash, which is a redirect WP does by default. Make sure WP is configured to use https for both site and WordPress on its dashboard > Settings > General.
I’m just not seeing it. The first and last look identical to me.
I see the added / on Chrome DevTools, as well as the change from https/http/https:
Hi dear Cloudflare Community …
Very thanks for your help, in special to
@cbrandt who was gave me the idea where to find the issue.
Thanks a lot to
@sdayman who was kind enough to answer my question.
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