Automatically appending “.php” to the end of the permalinks…
I’ve tried following the instructions for “Having your posts end in .html” under the “Using Permalinks” documentation, but it’s not giving me the result that I need.
Sure it works when I go to a page such as “http://www.site.com/page.php,” but it looks like it just redirects the page to “http://www.site.com/page,” which doesn’t work out for me.
Is there any way that I can hack it so it REALLY emulates a .php extension, instead of it just redirecting?
The reason I need this is because I’m converting a site with a good page rank over to WordPress, and I want to confuse the search engines as little as possible.
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