One of the strong features I've always liked about Dreamweaver is its ability to update a link in the code wherever it appears on a page. Change the file name - bingo, all the links "update". Awesome.
For some reason I cannot fathom however, I am unable to find a way to preserve "clean urls" in the code and still have this feature work. I'm hoping I'm being just dim and someone will say "oh that's easy... here's where/how".
In my code: <a href="/some-directory/nice-clean-url">Link</a>
The file in /some-directory/ of course keeps its suffix: nice-clean-url.php
On the server a htaccess file does its job - all cool.
Back in Dreamweaver however: Site menu > check links sitewide and there it is: "/some-directory/nice-clean-url" listed as broken. In an ideal world, Dreamweaver would understand it is a clean url and so not broken.