I’m noticing that with WordPress, it doesn’t add a temporary file extension to a page after a URL.
For instance, I would expect to see http://www.enter-your-site.com/2008/04/photography/gerbilphoto.html
Is this good or bad regarding search engines? Also, is there any way to fix this if it is bad?
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