I smell the grok that may be coming, but still a bit wobbly. The snippet above does allow the following to resolve correctly in the browser address bar:
<p>These are two links to check the stripping of the url's extension</p>
<li><a href="test">Test page</a></li>
<li><a href="test2">Test page 2</a></li>
Whereas, I have two files named "test.php" and "test2.php"
Is that the magic for which I seek, simply stripping the extension off the 'link' and let the snippet resolve the files with .php and then load them, but do so with the link url, without the extension?
If so, I can see the validity of cpradio's comment that I was looking at it 'backwards'.
Is the other method un-doable though, just curious.
That is given
<li><a href="test.php">Test page</a></li>
is there not a way in which that link is loaded, but with the .php stripped in the address bar? Again, just curious.
Thanks again, to both cpradio and Jeff