Saving page .HTM on website

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I have a current website dating back to the good old table days. I am in the midst of changing the website to be responsive with style  sheets etc etc.
My index page in the current website is .HTML but all other pages are .HTM and in order not to affect my rankings I intended to save the new website in the same way.
When I looked at my new index page in Opera it displays perfectly but the other pages saved .HTM appear significantly different especially text sizes and buttons. I am going out of my mind trying to fathom out why saving a file .HTM rather than .HTML should make a blind bit of difference to the website appearance.
Any help appreciated.
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  • ToddN2000
    What was the original HTML version used to code the older pages? There might just be enough code differences that it's causing some issues. There may be some deprecated command and it's now using default values.

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  • Subhendu Sen
    Both of them are quiet same & working in the same way. That depends on configuration of web servers & one of the file types take precedence over the other type. In general when we save any file it takes three characters as usual.
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