GaryK - 2:44 am on Sep 8, 2008 (gmt 0)
What about graphic or video files like .gif, .png, .jpg, .wmv, .rm, .swv and several others. Is it possible to present them with no extension (what about usability/possible confusion)?
It's possible if you put each file type in a different folder and then use your URL rewriting technology to deal with it. But honestly, as with Jim I don't see the point in it. Unlike the server technology change issue, it's not likely that a .jpg will ever be anything other than a .jpg. Of course, it is possible you might want to convert all those .jpg files to .png files, so it's nice to know you can go extensionless if you want to. Personally, even as an advocate of extenionless pages, I'd avoid extensionless media types.