would help. it's a simple middleware component that can add an
extension to all of your urls.
On Wed, Nov 18, 2009 at 2:55 PM, dave- <dave.hurr...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I have a html site that I would like to convert to radiant?
> There are other people who link to my site and I do not want to break those
> For example:
> - http://mySite.com <http://mysite.com/> or
> - http://mySite.com/index.html <http://mysite.com/index.html> or
> - http://mySite.com/books.html <http://mysite.com/books.html>
> How do you suggest I structure the radiant site. The slug for the home page
> is "/" but the html://mySite.com /index.html incoming link that worked with
> apache httpd does not work with radiant.
> The links to http://mySite.com/books.html always use the .html so I suppose
> the solution is to change the slug to books.html.
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