Since you want to add something to the end of every post/page rewrite rule, you probably can just add a rewrite endpoint. These are regexes of the form
/[endpoint_name](/[optional_extra_stuff])? that are appended to the already generated rules for pages, posts, archives, ...
You define on which structures you want to add them by setting the endpoint mask. This is a bitmask, so you can combine different groups using the
| operator, like this:
EP_PERMALINK | EP_PAGES will match for every page and every permalink (full post and date-based archives). The default list of endpoints can be found at the top of
The following code will add
/remove(/(.*))? to the existing rewrite rules for pages, posts and date-based archives (for some reason they are generated twice, once in
EP_PERMALINK and once in
remove will also be available as a public query var, so you can do
$wp_query->get( 'remove' ) to get the value (if set) of the
[optional_extra_stuff] in the URL.
add_filter( 'init', 'wpse2614_init' );
add_rewrite_endpoint( 'remove', EP_PERMALINK | EP_PAGES );