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block subdomain

dear all

if i wanna block some subdomain for example allow\game but bloc\play

which property do i have to use to define sub domain

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Re: block subdomain


that's not a subdomain, that's a url path.

A subdomain/subhost would be or

For the path the property you are looking for is URL.Path .



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Re: block subdomain

dear schneider

Thank for your help

please help me a little more. if i wanna block https:\\\webstore

what is the url.path chrome or webstore

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Re: block subdomain

Hi Hon,

Here is a copy and paste from this guide, in your case the URL.Path is simply /webstore

You're also gonna want to review this best practice:



URL.Domain (7.4+)

URL.Host.BelongsToDomains (example entry)





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