This is one of the most used rules. The condition is met if specified URL is match with the condition. You can use Exact, Partial or Regex mode.
If you use the exact mode, the condition is met only if the URL of the current request is exactly the same as the URL specified. If there is a difference (such as a query string, a leading slash, etc.), the condition is not met.
In partial mode the condition is met, if the URL of the current request contains the specified URL (part). For example if you set my-product, rules will be applied on https://yoursite.com/my-product/, https://yoursite.com/my-products/, https://yoursite.com/my-product-list/, etc…
You can use regular expression here. The condition is met if the URL of the current request matches with the specified regular expression. For example if you specify ^/my-product-(\d+)/?$ the condition is met on https://yoursite.com/my-product-1/, https://yoursite.com/my-product-2/, https://yoursite.com/my-product-3/, etc…