Yesterday’s daily tip was about adding .html to the URL of posts by tacking .html onto the end of permalinks.
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But that little trick of adding .html to permalinks doesn’t affect the PAGES on your site. It affects the posts, but not pages.
The solution for attaching .html to a Page can be accomplished with a plugin — .html on PAGES is one such plugin.
If you have the need for .php on your Pages, there is also a plugin for that — .php on PAGES.
NOTE: As someone pointed out in the comments on the .html post yesterday, be watchful for any issues that may occur if you are using a caching plugin. Just check things out every now and then to make sure all is working as it should.
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