N/APosted on - 08/30/2011
Firefox prompted me with this awkward error that I have never met until now:
Firefox has detected that the server is redirecting the request for this address in a way that will never complete
It happened while I simply tried to access my Facebook page from the history. Now I can't access Facebook anymore.
I am using MAC OS X and latest version of Firefox.
Any idea guys ?
I am really at loss.
Firefox Redirect loop error – accessing faceBook
This error was caused by not enabling the website you’re trying to enter to set up cookies. Because of that, it transmitted you to redirect loop.
You can try these following solutions to resolve your problem:
Overlook the settings of your “Cookies” then press on the button of “Firefox” and tap the “Options”
Choose the “Privacy panel”
Place “Firefox will” as “Use custom settings for history”
Then recheck if “Accept cookies from sites” and “Accept third party cookies” is marked.
Then choose exceptions, then recheck if “Facebook” the site that you are trying to enter is not classified.
If you found it listed, simply press on the “Entry” then tap “Remove site”
Some of the stored temporary data and cookies in your computer device might be the culprit of this error. Try to clean the history for that specific website.
Press on the button of “Firefox” then choose the “History” main menu options and to open your “Window Library” click on the “Show All History”
Input the name of the website you want delete on the field of “Search History” then click “Enter”
Then right tap on the web site that you want to delete and choose “Forget About this Site”
Now shut off the Library window screen.