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I'd suggest you handle this at the webserver level rather than the page level. For apache, this can probably be handled by mod-rewrite and for nginx, there are similar expressions. You'd want an expression that says "if the requested page is example.com/foo.html
then serve and redirect to example.com/foo"
This would save you the probable heart ache of trying to convince to OT to spit out prettified directory schemes.
On November 14, 2016 12:41:07 PM PST, "David Goss goss@... [dita-users]" wrote:
I've been pushing some DITA content onto a Jekyll site, and I've had some problems getting "pretty" links to work.
I would want this to be rendered as:
(in that directory, there would be an index.html)
This sounds silly, but I don't like that the DITA content on the site has a different URL scheme than the rest of the site. It irks me in the sort of way that bad kerning annoys typographiles.
My initial thought was to change outext to "/index.html" Besides being a hacky and terrible idea, this still keeps all links to an *.html file.
David Goss, Technical Writer
Frontier Science (www.frontierscience.org)
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