The last time I asked a question that required an opinion response, I was awarded the dubious tumbleweed badge. I'm fearful of adding to my collection, but here goes :)
I'm considering writing an option into my theme that would force all pages and posts to have a .html extension and all category landing pages to have URLs without the category base name in them.
For this reason, I'd like to get opinions on how feasible it is to switch between my custom URL structure and the WordPress default structure, in the event the site owner wants to revert back after changing to the new structure.
In the new structure a category landing page would be addressed without the category base name in the url like so:
This would normally be written:
And for this to work, I'm also requiring that all posts and pages end in an extension like .html so as to differentiate between categories and posts of the same name.