Manipulates a request's URI. It can strip path prefix/suffix or replace substrings on the whole URI.
This directive is distinct from
rewrite in that
uri partially changes the URI, rather than setting it to something completely different as
rewrite does. While
rewrite is treated specially as an internal redirect,
uri is just another handler.
uri [<matcher>] strip_prefix|strip_suffix|replace \ <target> \ [<replacement> [<limit>]]
- The first (non-matcher) argument specifies the operation:
- strip_prefix strips a prefix from the path, if it has the prefix.
- strip_suffix strips a suffix from the path, if it has the suffix.
- replace performs a substring replacement across the whole URI.
- <target> is the prefix, suffix, or search string/regular expression. If a prefix, the leading forward slash may be omitted, since paths always start with a forward slash.
- <replacement> is the replacement string (only valid with
- <limit> is an optional limit to the maximum number of replacements (only valid with
/api from the beginning of all request paths:
uri strip_prefix /api
.php from the end of all request paths:
uri strip_suffix .php
Replace "/docs/" with "/v1/docs/" in any request URI:
uri replace /docs/ /v1/docs/