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On my main page now are a lot of links to specialized sections, polls, outside links and the most frequently requested articles. But some have said it's too many links for one page. Would it be best to have just the top level generalized links to subsections on the main page with everything else on another page? This would mean more clicks for the user to find what they want but might look better. What does everyone think?
Also, is changing page extensions from .html to .shtml or .php a good idea? Is there a good, nearly fool-proof way to do this without messing up search engines or people already linking to the pages?
AddHandler server-parsed .html
If you want to use PHP, add this:
AddType application/x-httpd-php .html
That will mean that files with the .html extension will be parsed for SSI or PHP respectively.