My URLs.

   10 March 2004, mid-afternoon

I’ve been using the ideas outlined here for quite some time now to create URLs that should fairly clean and easy to read. One thing I’ve noticed at school is that sometimes pages get served up as text, as opposed to xhtml. Has anyone else experienced this problem. I use a .htaccess file to tell the web-server to serve up files with out extensions as xhtml, but perhaps sometimes it forgets.

 

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  1. I was missing my .htaccess file. I think all the pages should display properly now, even the ones that have no file extension, but let me know if that isn't the case.

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