I changed the redirect URL of one page from http://goldstarteachers.com/teachers/jobs to http://goldstarteachers.com/teachers/teaching-jobs-china/. I set up a redirect so that the old URL lead to the new one.
I'm using the Redirection plugin by John Godley
I then realised it affected a lot of other pages so I changed the URL back to the original one (http://goldstarteachers.com/teachers/jobs) and deleted the redirects I had set up.
The problem is, if I now visit http://goldstarteachers.com/teachers/jobs it comes up with an error message.
The page still exists and can be seen in the WordPress admin section as a page called "Teaching Jobs in China".
I have deleted my computers cookies and tried loading this page on another computer but it does not load.
Now each time I visite that page I get this error:
This webpage has a redirect loop The webpage at http://goldstarteachers.com/teachers/jobs/ has resulted in too many redirects. Clearing your cookies for this site or allowing third-party cookies may fix the problem. If not, it is possibly a server configuration issue and not a problem with your computer.
What could be the cause of the problem? Any suggestions to fix this?
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