ChanandlerBong - 11:44 am on Jun 15, 2012 (gmt 0)
thanks. I cannot parse straight html files for SSI or php, my host has always been strict on that (saying it causes burden on a server), so it's a non-starter if I want to stay with same hosts, which I do as they're generally fantastic in everything else. As far as I know, that means I have to use .php extensions if I plan on using php.
So 98% of my pages are currently .shtml. There are a few .doc and .txt files too, and some PDFs, so clearly I don't want a rewrite that says "change everything to php" but rather "if .shtml is requested, serve the file with .php extension". If I go completely extensionless, will that cause problems for txt, pdf, etc...also, what about image files? Do I have to remove their extensions in internal links too?