1. Log into the site using the member’s email address and password in an Incognito window to confirm the issue.
Check to see if the same issue is happening for you while logged into the member’s account.
2. Log into the site with an admin email with “all-access mode” enabled.
Check to see if the redirect behavior is different while logged into an account with all-access mode.
If you are able to recreate the issue while logged into the member’s account, but not in all-access mode, this issue is likely due to lack of correct access tags on the member’s account.
1. Check through Developer Tools in an Incognito Window.
Use Command+Option+J (Mac) or Control+Shift+J (Windows, Linux, Chrome OS) to open Developer Tools in Chrome and make sure cache is disabled under the Network tab.
With cache disabled, go to the page in question and check the redirect behavior.
2. Check through Developer Tools with cache re-enabled.
IMPORTANT: close all existing Incognito window(s) and re-open a new Incognito window.
Now, with cache re-enabled under the Network tab (unchecked), try going to the same page to check the behavior again.
If the redirect works properly without cache enabled, but NOT if cache is enabled, the issue is most likely related to cache settings.
If it’s a cache-related issue, we recommend reaching out to your host to turn off server-side caching on your site.
Possibility 3: There is a redirect loop issue.
1. Check your Key Page settings and for any conflict issues.
If you aren’t certain what is causing the redirect behavior, we are always happy to take a look!