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  1. Dino
    Dino avatar
    24 posts
    20 Dec 2008
    19 Jan 2009
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    Posting Code
    One thing I think that would be helpful is if code that is posted throughout the blogs, forums, and developer manuals is that you could specify what versions of sitefinity the code is built for.  That will help as time goes by, then people won't spend time on code that is for previous versions.

    URL rewriting
    I came across this thread: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/223750/how-do-net-sites-hide-aspx-extension-of-their-files  Would it be possible to have a feature like this that turns on or off the ability to hide the aspx extension?  I think this would be a cool feature to have in the upcoming 4.0 release.  
  2. Georgi
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    3583 posts
    10 Oct 2016
    22 Jan 2009
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    Hi Dino,

    Thank you for your requests!
    We are already thinking to specify the version, under which the code is tested. This will happen in our Developers Manual as well, probably starting from the next release.

    The Extensionless functionality is already available, the only thing we are missing is a master switch (something like enabled/disabled). Actually, to make this work, you need to change some settings manually in IIS as well, so I am not sure if it will be possible to have that kind of setting in UI.
    For more information about this, please refer to our User Manual, and the topic Extensionless URLs.

    All the best,
    the Telerik team

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