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How to get rid of 301 redirect

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by hobokook, Aug 6, 2013.

  1. hobokook

    hobokook Newbie

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    I removed a 301 redirect from site A to site B but everytime I go to site A, it still redirects me to site B.

    It's only been one day but the site still redirects itself. Any idea on how to get rid of it ASAP?

    Thanks


     
  2. SEOtheWorld

    SEOtheWorld Newbie

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    Depends on your operating system, but most versions of windows:
    1. start menu > command prompt
    2. Type: ipconfig /flushdns
    3. Restart your browser
    If it's still redirecting, you haven't removed the redirect

    *Edit: It also depends on how the redirect was set up. if it was .htaccess this should work, if it was in the httpd.conf file, you'll also have to restart your apache server (but if you had it there, you probably wouldn't be asking this question)
     
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  3. drogon

    drogon Elite Member Premium Member

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    Might just be your PC or your regsitrar / host company is very slow. Clear your browser cache and also flush dns and maybe reboot too.
     
  4. vjchere

    vjchere Power Member

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    All is good champ. Check your site in proxy. There should not be 301 issue. Wait for a few days. There should be an entry in your local cache.
    Edit: just saw that people already replied for the question. Cheers dude.