I've read a lot of article on the subject, saying that I should add some directives to my httpd.conf , or add lines to a .htaccess file, but I'd like to know how some sites like Yahoo! and Google do work with hiding file extension...
-> "search" has no file extension, and can still receive arguments
-> "page" has no extension
How do those sites work with getting rid of file extensions ?
I don't want the webserver to interpret my .html files as .php, I just want to have some .php files written with no extension, and calling them in my browser with no extension.
I could also put the ForceType directive in my httpd.conf:
and then having a "home" php file with no extension, but would I have to put a <location> tag for all of my files ?
I'd like to ear your opinions on how Yahoo! and Google work to hide their extensions. Their files are interpreted correctly by the webserver and are probably named without the extension. Anyways, thx a lot :)