Page Rules: can www/dir/* match everything in it including any levels of subdirectory?

I’ve wanted to set page rules for images on my website which are mostly organized in domain.com/assets_system folder

where the following have images:
domain.com/assets_system/{images here}
domain.com/assets_system/store/{images here}
domain.com/assets_system/categories/{images here}
domain.com/assets_system/products/{store_id}/{product_id}/{images here}

Particularly , the images for products are organized in products/ directory with subdirectories for each store and each product in each store…

eg.
/assets_system/products/12/3062/1.jpg
/assets_system/products/18/5487/1.jpg
etc…

So i created the following rules as advised by someone

I thought #1 is enough and it will match with everything inside that directory including subdirectories of any level and so on.

I do not understand whay #2 is needed.

Yeah, that looks redundant. First rule is basically doing the same thing.

and am i safe to assume RULE 1 will go thru and match all sub dirs in it? not just up to a certain level like 2 levels down?

Yes…

alright, glad i went for 2nd opinion thank you

and 1 more thing… do i need to specifically set https:// in the rule? my website forces SSL… will this rule make things any better or omitting https:// from the rule will be same effect?

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It’s going to be similar with or without https://, but for personal preference I’ll always insert https:// in front of it just to be explicit.

Also, sometimes there are some situations where I need to explicitly match http:// just to enforce Always use HTTPS for the specific HTTP URL, and then have https:// for the same URL path to adjust other settings.

Example:

image

ah that makes sense. thank you eric… appreciate it much

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