I want to go to a hubber's page (this time it is k@ri), but no matter what I try- going to her profile, or to her hubs, I get the same respond- a new page with this text-
"This webpage has a redirect loop.
The webpage at http://hubpages.com/profile/k@ri has resulted in too many redirects. Clearing your cookies for this site may fix the problem. If not, it is possibly a server configuration issue and not a problem with your computer."
I goes like this for a long time. At the beginning I just gave up, thinking I will get there next time. But next time it is the same.
Any suggestions? I don't have problems with other hubbers for now.
I have had this happen to me as well! I can't get to anyones page with a @ sign! I'm using google Chrome and it always happens to me too... I have to open Firefox.
Yup you are rite.
Its not opening here too. Guess the server of HP where Kari's profile is located is down rite now.
We should all state what browser we are using. I'm using chrome (beta) and it isn't working
Hmmmm, weird..... I am using Google Chrome and I can't get to k@ri from this browser, but I don't have any problems with other hubbers.
Then I went to Internet Explorer and there was no problem there, from Internet Explorer I got to her page.
May be the problem is in the browser? But then, it is not the same for other pages.....I mean I can go to other's profiles from Chrome, no problem....
I ended up on her page maybe it was to many hubbers trying to get to different pages at the same time, just a guess.
I got right to her page with IE7. Figured that was some sorta sign, so signed up as her Fan. Been meaning to anyway.
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