@hpvd opened this Issue on July 1st 2013

Maybe I only could not figure out how to...

but using a wild card in segment editor ->actions/url would be very handy

1) wildcard at the end of an url
would make it possible to track/filter all pages "below" one url segment
e.g. show in a shop all products and all subcategories and their products

2) wild card in front of an url
would make it possible to use url segments on different websites
(with similar site structure)
e.g. to show all customers who logged in in the customer backend
Keywords: url, segment editor

@hpvd commented on July 1st 2013

of course the possibility to use wildcards would be handy for several other segment types...

@mattab commented on July 1st 2013 Member

You can use the "CONTAINS" clause to have a similar functionnality

@dmitrizzle commented on September 6th 2015


Wondering if wildcards got any go since 2014. Basically, I'm looking to include in the segment URLs which are in the form of www.example.com/* but not www.example.com/ - meaning all the subdirectories and files but not the root.

@mattab commented on September 8th 2015 Member

Maybe you can use "CONTAINS" XYZ/ AND "IS NOT" XYZ

@dmitrizzle commented on September 8th 2015

That's still not possible where the website adds trailing slashes by default:
All URLs will redirect from website.com/url to website.com/url/
And all canonicals are set to website.com/url/

The only way to achieve that at the moment as far as I can understand is to use "CONTAINS" for all letters of alphabet and numbers :(

@mattab commented on September 30th 2015 Member

@dmitrizzle if there is a common need that is difficult to do with "Contains / does not contain", a new feature could be added. Do you mind creating a new issue, with what you are trying to achieve and how the current Segment editor is not working well?

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