Hmmm, I didn't get that from the description of the issue and the thread title could refer to URLs entered without a file extension in addition to intentionally not wanting to display the file extension in the URL for the loaded page, as you have indicated.MMJ said:Yeah, that makes more sense but if he wants to make it so that the url doesn't show the file extension as said in the thread title.
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