When you first open your website, you may see the extra characters like
?i=1 at the end of your URL. This article explains more about what causes it, and what you can do about it.
What causes the ?i=1 suffix?
This extra URL parameter is caused by a security system we use to protect your website. This security system ensures that your website can only be accessed through regular web browsers.
What does the ?i=1 suffix do?
?=1 suffix. On the next request, the server checks if your browser has the security system cookie. If not, your browser will get a new security challenge to set the cookie again, and be redirected to a URL with suffix
If the counter hits 3 and your browser still doesn’t send a valid cookie, you’ll be redirected to a page with instructions on how to enable cookies in your browser. This way, your browser will not get stuck in a redirect loop.
Can I remove the ?i=1 URL suffix?
The security system responsible for the
?i=1 suffix is mandatory on all websites. Because of that, the security system cannot be disabled, so neither can the URL suffix.
Note that premium hosting does not have a security system like this.