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Hi there,

I am using a url schema like this:

page.html

page1.html

etc.

As the name unter settings. I don't want to start a discussion about how useful .html is ;)

Works but not for pages that have child pages, where the path would is

page.html/child1.html

page1.html/child4.html

The page and page1 should be without html if I access the children and with if I click the parent.

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Hi Hummer,

I don't think that's actually possible using the current way that you're adding the html extension (via page name). I'm not sure if there is another way to do it, but I'm sure that it would involve some htacess trickery and a method to re-rewrite URIs on the frontend.

Haven't checked this, but there may even be a hook for this kind of thing... but not sure.

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@Mike Rockett

Nooo.. I'm sorry for suggestion of not working code. 
I have just tried to and it did not work as I expected. So it is definitely more complicated task than I thought.

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If there is a better way, using the page name is not required. It just work until the point where subpages where created.

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