Securly lets you add various keywords and URLs to the Allow/Deny list to help you customize filtering for your students. Here are some rules to consider when adding URLs with special characters to the Allow/Block list for Global or Custom Policies.
- A forward-slash (/) is allowed only with a valid FQDN pattern. This means that there must be at least one dot (.) before the first forward-slash (/) in a URL.
- Example of a valid entry: domain.com/abc
- Example of an invalid entry: domain/abc.xyz or domain/
- A forward-slash (/) and an asterisk (*) cannot co-exist in an entry.
- Example of an invalid entry: domain.com/abc*xyz
- The entry cannot include a question mark (?) and an equal to sign (=) in the path after the forward-slash (/).
- An example of an invalid entry: domain.com/abc=tyd or domain.com/abc?ytd
- Any site with an ampersand (&) is not allowed.
- An example of an invalid entry: https://www.abc.com/search/?size=10&q=xy
To learn more about how to allow/deny a specific webpage on a website, click here.