Static Routes ¶
Static routes provide a way to create seemingly static content on a per site base.
Take the following example:
In a multi-site installation you want to have different
files for each site
that should be reachable at
on each site. You can now add a static route “robots.txt”
to your site and define which content should be delivered.
Routes can be configured as top level files (as in the robots.txt case) but may also be configured
to deeper route paths (
for example). Matching is done on the full path
but without any parameters.
Static routes can be configured via the user interface or directly in the yaml configuration. There are two options: deliver static text or resolve a TYPO3 URL.
Static route resolving is implemented as a
middleware. If the route path requested matches any one of the
configured site routes, a response is directly generated and returned. This way there is minimal bootstrap code to
be executed on a static route resolving request, mainly the site configuration needs to be loaded. Static routes cannot
get parameters as the matching is done solely on the path level.
option allows to deliver simple text content. The text can be added through a
text field directly in the site configuration. This is suitable for files like
YAML Configuration Example:
route: robots.txt type: staticText content: | Sitemap: https://example.com/sitemap.xml User-agent: * Allow: / Disallow: /forbidden/
TYPO3 URL (t3://) ¶
for TYPO3 URL provides the option to render either a file, page or url. Internally
a request to the file or URL is done and its content delivered.
YAML Configuration Examples:
- route: sitemap.xml type: uri source: 't3://page?uid=1&type=1533906435' - route: favicon.ico type: uri source: 't3://file?uid=77'