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Tidy Website Links

Learn how to remove the need to include filenames like "index.html" in your website links using using RapidWeaver's "Tidy Website Links" setting. Be sure to watch the accompanying [Naming Folders video](http://realmacsoftware.community/rapidweaver/video-tutorials/naming-folders) first to see how to give your pages descriptive and relevant folder names.

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Turtle

1 year ago

A very good follow up on the previous video "Naming Folders". It must be noted that if you do not provide each page with it's own folder (as per the previous video) then Tidy Links will only work on folders with index.xxx in them and not other pages in a specific folder such as yoursite.com/about.html will still show yoursite.com/about.html in the browser, but your home page will show yoursite.com without the index.html.

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