Question #58521 on phpns changed:
Status: Open => Answered
alecwh proposed the following answer:
No, you will need to have the .php extension to use phpns "as directed."
There is, however, a way of getting around this. You can create a new
file, dump the phpns include code in it, and use a frame to point to the
page inside your HTML design.
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