Hey.. Nothing is impossible guys...
Do the following :
Create an aspx file in your visual studio, and rename its extension to html.
Add an httpHandler entry to the web.config to handle your page for html file.
[Note : You might also create an HttpHandler, and from processRequest you might execute the page directly]
In IIS, remove the html extension and add it again to handle using aspnet_isapi.dll.
I didnt tried for html extension, but worked with lots of other extension, and it worked. I am confident, that this technique will work for htmls as well. Kannan1986, if this helps please login to Mark As Answer. | Alert Moderator