deeper - 2:56 pm on Nov 3, 2012 (gmt 0)
I understand that I need htaccess anyway, but I don't understand, why the plugin custom permalinks additionally needs the htaccess code you mentioned. The plugin description at WP nothing says about additional htaccess-code and thousands seem to use the plugin without that code. Noone seems to have problems with the index.php.
Could you explain why you prefer custom permalinks compared to other plugins? Small efficient code, not influencing loading speed, what is your experience concerning that?
Or other reasons?
There are some reasons why "static made" posts are not a good idea, for example, when adding an onsite-blog. Of course ecerything can be fixed anyhow, but I'm not a coding expert and like things simple and efficient. Besides my pages are pages and Google should identify that correct in the code, not reading there "post" blabla.
That code does the same as the html-on-pages-plugin, just adds .html to all pages, to ALL and ALWAYS? Please explain, what it does.