t3n/seo-routing

Flow Framework Router to ensure a trailing slash

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3.0.2 2020-03-11 08:24 UTC

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t3n.SEO.Routing

This package has 2 main features:

  • trailingSlash: ensure that all links ends with a trailing slash (e.g. example.com/test/ instead of example.com/test)
  • toLowerCase: ensure that camelCase links gets redirected to lowercase (e.g. exmaple.com/lowercase instead of exmaple.com/lowerCase)

You can de- and activate both of them.

Another small feature is to restrict all new neos pages to have a lowercased uriPathSegment. This is done by extending the NodeTypes.Document.yaml.

Installation

Just require it via composer:`

composer require t3n/seo-routing

Configuration

Standard Configuration

In the standard configuration we have activated the trailingSlash (to redirect all uris without a / at the and to an uri with / at the end) and do all redirects with a 301 http status.

Note: The lowercase redirect is deactivated by default, cause you have to make sure, that there is no uriPathSegment with camelCase or upperspace letters - this would lead to redirects in the neverland.

t3n:
  SEO:
    Routing:
      redirect:
        enable:
          trailingSlash: true
          toLowerCase: false
        statusCode: 301
      blacklist:
        '/neos/.*': true

Blacklist for redirects

By default, all /neos/ URLs are ignored for redirects. You can extend the blacklist array with regex as you like:

t3n:
  SEO:
    Routing:
      #redirect:
        #...
      blacklist:
        '/neos/.*': true