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  1. Annie
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    46 posts
    11 Aug 2012
    04 Jun 2012
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    Is it possible to have the .aspx extension for new sitefinity pages in sitefinity 4.4?

  2. SelAromDotNet
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    912 posts
    18 Jul 2012
    18 Jun 2012
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    you might be able to accomplish this with the API, I blogged a code snippet on how to do this:


    Removing or Changing Sitefinity Page Extensions


    Hope this is helpful!

  3. Sabila
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    1 posts
    21 Jun 2012
    21 Jun 2012
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    Opening a file with aspx extension on my Macbook pro
    I have a MacBook Pro and I have difficulty opening a file with aspx extension. This file was
    downloaded from my bank and I cannot view this file. Please help.
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