C# - Possible To Make User Friendly Urls In A Cms

Jan 4, 2010

I am interested in the architecture of a CMS where i can pass a full URL instead of a query string. I would like to make a site that could handle a request to any page... Say'http://www.my-domain.com/directory/page.aspx'and have the resulting response deliver a generic page/file.I would like the request to be passed through an XML document where i could store page names and the corresponding file to render content...

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