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  • Hello, I have searched and found 6 or 7 posts on this topic but no one had a solution. However, I am in absolute need of this functionality for a website. On static WP Pages (not blog posts) we need the page urls to be domain.com/about.xyz and not the default domain.com/about/. Does anyone have the hack to accomplish this? I’m in need of this and am even willing to pay for it asap. Thanks!

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  • Thread Starter skipcollege

    (@skipcollege)

    bump #2!

    Thread Starter skipcollege

    (@skipcollege)

    bump #3!

    Doesn’t this just take a simple if-then statement in the right place to apply this only to wordpress pages?

    Thread Starter skipcollege

    (@skipcollege)

    bump #4!

    Doesn’t this just take a simple if-then statement in the right place to apply this only to wordpress pages?

    Could someone possibly help me out?

    Thank you!! šŸ™‚

    Thread Starter skipcollege

    (@skipcollege)

    I need to solve this asap because the site is going live very soon.

    I believe I described the situation very clearly a few posts back here… http://wordpress.org/support/topic/75826?replies=19#post-476547

    I’ve been working on this for hours and haven’t been able to get the right php statement to check if it is a page.

    I’ve tried many variations of something like this…

    if ( $this->is_page = true ) { $req_uri = preg_replace(“|.html$|”, ”, $req_uri); }

    I’m assuming all it takes is a simple php if statement to apply this to only wordpress pages and not blog posts.

    If so then all I need is an if statement that works in includes/classes.php that checks if the current webpage being viewed is a wordpress page or post. Then I want to apply the functioning file extension hack that I have to only pages and not both pages and posts like it is now.

    If my assumptions are right this should be very easy for someone who knows php and is familiar with wordpress. I really need to solve this asap and could use some help.

    Thank you!

    Thread Starter skipcollege

    (@skipcollege)

    bump…I haven’t heard from anyone for over a month! I believe this just comes down to 1 line of simple code. (If this is WP Page and not Post…do my hack) Could someone take a shot at it for me please!?

    Thank you!

    Have you found a solution to this? I am interested to get this to work for my WordPress pages too but without hacking any files.

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