Add any extension of your choosing (e.g. .html, .htm, .jsp, .aspx, .cfm) to WordPress pages.
WordPress allows extensions only on posts, but having extensions on pages can be helpful too. So if you're moving to the WordPress platform, but want to have your pages use extensions like .html, .htm, .jsp, or any other, this is the plugin for you.
Unlike other similar plugins, this one allows you to choose the extension with no pre-determined options. And you can change it anytime. This is particularly handy if you manage multiple sites since you can use the same plugin on all of them.
I have an idea for an enhancement?
Feel free to suggest ideas on the support page.
I like this plugin, do you have others?
I sure do! My complete collection includes:
Real-Time Find and Replace Set up find and replace rules that are executed AFTER a page is generated by WordPress, but BEFORE it is sent to a user's browser.
RSS Includes Pages Modifies RSS feeds so that they include pages and not just posts.
Republish Old Posts Republish old posts automatically by resetting the date to the current date. Puts your evergreen posts in front of your users via the front page and feeds.
Enhanced Plugin Admin At-a-glance info (last update date, rating, votes) on your site's plugin page about the plugins you have installed (both active and inactive). Easily spot potential problems due to plugins no longer being supported or that have received low ratings.
Add Any Extension to Pages Add any extension of your choosing (e.g. .html, .htm, .jsp, .aspx, .cfm) to WordPress pages. Change it anytime.
Social Media E-Mail Alerts Receive e-mail alerts when your site gets traffic from social media sites of your choosing. You can also set up alerts for when certain parameters appear in URLs.
- Security issue (cross-site scripting) fix applied.
- Fixed issue that was preventing the deletion of the plugin.
- Additional security for activating, deactivating, and uninstalling this plugin.
- Tweaks to documentation including the readme.txt.
- Initial release.
- Upload the add-any-extension-to-pages folder to the '/wp-content/plugins/' directory
- Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress
- Access the Settings page and input your desired extension.