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    Default Changing Page File Extension

    Whenever I've needed a page to be a .PHP page, I've always simply gone to Publish View and used "Rename" to edit the file name to be .PHP instead of .HTML.

    Now, thanks to Mike (Gee, thanks Mike... ), I am reminded of the Custom Names... function under Site View or Page Properties.

    So I rename the pages in question back to .HTML, then go to Custom Names... and change it to .PHP there. But the file extension now will not change presumably because I've manually edited the name and the manual edit takes precedence.

    Is there any way to "reset" the page name back to a default state so I can use Custom Names... to modify the file type?

    I suspect it doesn't really make a difference, but keeping everything the "NOF Way" as much as possible seems the best bet against rogue .NOD files.
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    publish view, publish menu, arrange files, click clear all customizations

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    Thanks, Anton. You seem to venture where no man has gone before.
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