What I mean is this:
I have ALWAYS referenced pages within my site by NOT referring to the file extension -
So, I have done this: <a href> www-mysite-com/folder/ </ a>
I have NEVER done this: <a href> www-mysite-com/folder/index.html </ a>
I have recently changed the file extension to .php b/c I had to add some PHP - so my question is, if I have NOT referenced the file extension in my links (internal and otherwise) do I need to create 301's?
Do SE's honor that the file in the /folder/ is the index and that's that? Do you see what I mean?
- Also, if the advice is to do a 301 for the index files that have changed to PHP - can I just place a .htaccess in each of those folders - would that work?
I can test but I just want to know if that is ok.....
Edited by lister, 03 July 2013 - 08:15 AM.