You can create a page rule. In the URL (required) field, put “https://mysite.net/article-title/download*”, and use the Cache Level setting of Bypass.
I have thousands of urls, I need a configuration that works for all of them
If you don’t make a page rule(s), how is Cloudflare supposed to know what pages you want to exclude‽ The single page rule I suggested will match all the URLs you listed in your example.
What are examples of other URLs?
Im sorry, my english is not good.
La configuración que me sugeriste, realmente funcionara para todos mis artículos?
Quiero que todas las url después del titulo, no se guarden en la cache de Cloudflare, incluido “download”
Un ejemplo: https://mysite/article-title/ (solo quiero que esto quede en la cache de Cloudflare)
Are there other directories/paths after “article-title” that you want excluded as well? Putting “https://mysite.net/article-title/download*” in the URL (required) field would match on the following examples for reference:
If you put “https://mysite.net/article-title/*” in the URL (required) field, it would match on the following examples for reference:
I, generally, don’t click Bitly links and used an unshortener to get the real URL. Anyhow, try the following in the URL (required) field.
That will match the following examples:
I think everything is going great now!
Thanks bro! you are the best!
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