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Fix local config to not require .html in URLs #20

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seanredmond opened this Issue Sep 19, 2015 · 1 comment

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seanredmond commented Sep 19, 2015

When running locally, you have to add .html to all URLs except for the index. For example the equivalent of http://tindallgrams.net/66-FM1-59 on localhost has to be http://localhost:4000/66-FM1-59.html Provide a configuration that allows you to run Jekyll on localhost without adding the extension.

Obviously without breaking the Heroku configuration.

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wolfgang42 Aug 4, 2018

It looks like this has been fixed at some point—I can run bundle exec jekyll serve and all of the URLs seem to work just fine without .html on them.

wolfgang42 commented Aug 4, 2018

It looks like this has been fixed at some point—I can run bundle exec jekyll serve and all of the URLs seem to work just fine without .html on them.

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