This chapter describes how to configure the system for using custom URL extensions and extension-less URLs. Custom URL extensions let you have the extensions rendered with a different extension than the default .aspx, like .html, .php, .xxx or any other.
So for example, instead of the default http://www.example.com/news.aspx, you can have URLs ending with .html:
you can also configure an empty extension, which results in an extension-less URL:
To achieve this result you have to take the following two steps:
1. Adjust your web.config or IIS to handle the custom extensions. This step is different for IIS 7 or higher and IIS 6.
2. Configure custom URL extensions in Kentico CMS. It is described in this chapter.