mark5022 — 2010-01-01T16:57:21-05:00 — #1
I was wanting to add a visitor comment script to my .html pages. I do not want to rename all my .html pages to .php to accomplish this. I know you can direct your web server to read all .html pages for .php code but don't what the server overhead. I have seen comment scripts on .html pages like the Moveable Type blog software that uses cgi script. Anyone know of a good solution? Maybe a link to a comments page that is .php that edits the .html?????
reedmoore — 2010-01-01T17:06:30-05:00 — #2
You need to edit the page in order to add the script for the comment.
When you do that change the extension from html to php. That is the easiest way I can think of.
mark5022 — 2010-01-01T17:30:55-05:00 — #3
Unfortunately, redirecting all the incoming links from .html to .php would be very difficult. Also the web server is a windows server and I have never successful been able to redirect pages with a windows server and keep Google rankings.
reedmoore — 2010-01-02T22:36:48-05:00 — #4
Someday they'll come up with an .htaccess for windoze:rofl: