URL Rewrite

Surge can rewrite the request's URL with 2 different methods, or reject certain requests by URL.

Example:

[URL Rewrite]
^http://www.google.cn http://www.google.com header
^http://yachen.com https://yach.me 302
^http://ad.com/ad.png _ reject

The rewrite rule consists 3 parts: regular expression, replacement and type.

Header Mode

Surge will modify the request header and redirect the request to another host if necessary. The client will not notice this rewrite action.

The "Host" field in request header will be modified to match the new URL.

[URL Rewrite]
^http://www.google.cn http://www.google.com header

You can't redirect to an URL with HTTPS scheme. And you can't redirect a HTTPS request.

302 Mode

Surge will simply return a 302 redirect response. HTTPS requests can be redirected if MitM for the hostname is enabled.

[URL Rewrite]
^http://yachen.com https://yach.me 302

Reject Mode

Reject the request if the pattern is matched. The replacement parameter will be ignored. HTTPS requests will be rejected if MitM for the hostname is enabled.

[URL Rewrite]
^http://ad.com/ad.png _ reject

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