Thanks so much, but it still doesn’t work. I understand why your solution should work, but mine does not. I looked at the page you referred from and I looked at the fist option of making both trailing slash and no trailing slash work. I figure its better to see why this doesn’t work before forcing the /. It works because the trailing slash has the REGEX optional character ? stating that the trailing slash is optional, yet it doesn’t work.
I’ve attached a much striped down version of the site I use so you don’t have to set up your own PHP engine for managing pages. Thanks for your help. I am totally confused. The site (a web app) will eventually help all designers and developers.
Yeh, it’s weird. I don’t understand .htaccess. It’s like you spend all this time learning and then its a waste when, probably, such a small thing is not working, and it could be probably be so simple, nobody covers it in their tuts. Arrgh, help please ;)