Redirects have two main types:
Additionally, it will detect 404 page not found, 403 permission denied and 500 server errors.
Yes. A redirect loop can occur when a redirect points to another page which in turn points back to where it came from and results in an endless redirect loop.
Redirect Detective will check up to a maximum of 10 redirects before giving up.
This indicates at what point a cookie is being set. If you hover over the cookie icon it will display the number of cookies that are being set.
In most cases, cookies are set during redirects for tracking or login/account purposes.
The Location HTTP header is used to specify what URL to redirect to. If the URL is missing, then the redirect operation is unpredictable as different browsers handle it in different ways. Short answer is that you should always specify a Location URL to avoid any issues.
Yes, by using a IPv4 to IPv6 proxy service like the one provided by http://www.sixxs.net. You simply need to append .ipv4.sixxs.org to your IPv6 domain, eg: http://example.com.ipv4.sixxs.org