It can be done in theory, but Google won't like it at all. It's
cloaking. A kind of proxy in fact. Not on the up and up at all.
Possibly (hopefully in fact, as far as I am concerned) Google might
recognize it and block it too.
And you'd need server side scripting for anyhting like that anyway in
general. On an Apache server you can force pages that are suffixed
as .thml to be parsed as php by using an Apache handler in
teh .htaccess file.
On an IIS server you make a folder named with an .html suffix, so it
looks like a page url. In teh folder you have the default.asp page
which can achieve the similar thing.
On Dec 23, 10:56 pm, webmasterbb wrote: