Catalyst 2.x or 1.x
Using “Absolute URI” and “Is” in your rule is handy when you need an exact match to a very specific page, but don’t need everything else on the site to use an Ion or Catalyst rule.
But “Absolute URI”is picky: it must match exactly what’s in the address bar when you match it with an “is” rule. For example, here’s Browsium’s web site in the address bar:
If you make a rule that uses this path, you have to include the trailing forward slash (“/”) – otherwise the rule won’t match if you use “is.”
For Ion, your rule editor will look like this:
For Catalyst, your rule editor will look like this:
The trailing forward slash isn’t required if you use “Begins with” or “Includes”.