How does WordPress format the url on a 301 when a trailing slash is missing?


I have a reverse proxy in front of WP that maps some requests on the root over to the wp install

This works fine until the url is missing the trailing slash. WP returns a 301 that is the absolute url I am trying to figure out how that URL is created, and hopefully change it.

I updated WordPress Address (URL) and Site Address (URL) in WP -> Settings, but that doesn’t change the response from what I saw. Looking at the wp_posts table the guid has an absolute url, maybe that is used with a transform to the pretty url?

Can I just globally set the redirect URLS for WP, preferably to being relative, without breaking all the paths for the assets uploaded to wp_content?

blu 2 years 2020-11-02T14:10:25-05:00 0 Answers 11 views 0

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