File extensions for specification documents

Per default Concordion.NET assumes that specification documents have the file extension ".html". With the SpecificationFileExtensions you can define which file extensions you want to use for your specification documents. You can even use several in parallel. This can be useful, when you are in the transition from one type of files to another (e.g. from html to xhtml).

To specify that html as well as xhmtl files should be considered as Concordion.NET specifications, you need to add the following configuration settings to your configuration. By default Concordion.NET uses these two file extensions for specification files: html and xhtml.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
    <FileExtension name="html" />
    <FileExtension name="xhtml" />