How do you get rid of the .html extension that appears in a browser?

Posted on 2008-10-22
Last Modified: 2013-12-16
How do you get rid of the .html extension that appears in a browser?

For example:

instead of getting,

you would instead see:
Question by:Aid_Force
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JimDestruct earned 125 total points
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that is done by creating folders then deafult pages for those folders. For example, if you want a contact us page on your website then you would create a folder called 'contact-us' then in that folder you would create an 'index.html' so when you go to it automatically defaults to the index.html and displays the content but does not display the .html page in the nav bar - all you would see is

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ID: 22776587
Thats great, thank you.

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ID: 22776739
excellent! make sure you click on 'Accept as Solution' if it's the correct answer :)

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