Remove File Extensions Using .htaccess Hide .HTML .PHP .HTM From Page URL | Rewrite URL Source Codes

In this tutorial, you will run “How to remove .php, .html extension using .htaccess file”. Many times we try to make our site more user and search-engine friendly. If you want to increase the indexing of your site in the Google search engine, you need to make your site search engine friendly. In this tutorial, I will show you a simple step to edit the .htaccess file.

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** If Website Files have the Same Extension
RewriteEngine On
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f
RewriteRule ^([^\.]+)$ $1.php [NC,L]

** If Website File has Different Extension
RewriteEngine On
RewriteRule ^1stFILE 1stFILE.php
RewriteRule ^2ndFILE 2ndFILE.htm
RewriteRule ^3rdFILE 3rdFILE.html

*Important Note*
Please Always use Unique file names otherwise you me face errors and some files may not work
For: “SAMEFILE” and “SAMEFILENAME” will always open the “SAMEFILE” as 1st 8 characters of both files do match
Likewise, if you have two files “PROMOTIONS” and “PROMO” then “PROMO” will be executed
Must be a File name Unique Like “SAMEFILE” / “SUMFILE” / “SEFILE” / “MYFILE” Then you can use Multiple RewriteRule for each extension and it will work

Feature of .htaccess
With a .htaccess file, you can:

-you can redirect the user from the current domain to another domain
-you can redirect domain non-www to www or www to non-www
-you can redirect domain http to https or https to http
-Password protects a specific directory
-Block users by IP
-Preventing hot linking of your images
-rewrite URIs

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