With static sites, it is very common to add files in “.html” format and need to add that in the url (like in the demo code of https://html.sammy-codes.com/about.html).
However, is there a way to have functional urls without the .html part in the url (eg. https://html.sammy-codes.com/about)?
Typically this can be done by adding and modifying .htaccess file in the server - https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/how-to-remove-html-extension-from-url-of-a-static-page/.
However, I was not able to get how to do it via App Platform.
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