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nginex rewrite url rule URL from http://domain.com/?var_1=val_1&var_2=val2 into http://domain.com/val_1/val_2/

Hi, i want to change URL from http://domain.com/?var_1=val_1&var_2=val2 into http://domain.com/val_1/val_2/ ( http://domain.com/mobile/1-first-model/ )

where to write this rule? thnx.

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Hi! First, you’ll want to find a RegEx pattern that matches /val_1/val_2 (with an optional trailing backslash): ^/(.*?)/(.*?)/?$, then you’ll want to map val_1 and val_2 to a query string:

rewrite ^/(.*?)/(.*?)/?$ /?var_1=$1&var_2=$2&$args

&$args appends the rest of the original query string to the request, so that for example http://domain.com/val_1/val_2/?something=abcd works as expected.

Make sure you restart nginx after editing the config file.