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Dynamic Pages & SEO Friendly URL in sitemap

I have a website built with C# that has some dynamic pages. And I’ve recently added some code to allow using SEO friendly URLs.

For example, I have a page: “/products.aspx?itID=1” and you can access it with “/Product-Name” as well.

Should I be putting the SEO Friendly URL in my sitemap instead of the real URL? I think the answer is yes, but I’m very new to this and would really appreciate some confirmation from someone with more experience.

Do the order of “Disallow” and “Sitemap” lines in robots.txt matter?

One can sort robots.txt this way:

User-agent: DESIRED_INPUT Sitemap: https://example.com/sitemap-index.xml Disallow: / 

instead:

User-agent: DESIRED_INPUT Disallow: / Sitemap: https://example.com/sitemap-index.xml 

I assume both are okay because it’s likely the file is compiled in correct order by generally all crawlers.
Is it a best practice to put Disallow: before Sitemap: to prevent an extremely unlikely bug of a crawler’s bad compilation of crawling before ignoring Disallow:?

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Hierarchical vs Flat sitemap

I want to create a sitemap for my e-commerce website.

On the home page, there is a multi-level menu like this:

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User can click on any of the following links from the Home Page:

  1. Fashion: enter fashion department
  2. Fashion > *Women: enter the Women‘s sub-department under Fashion
  3. Fashion > women > Shoes -> enter shoes unit under women

There are also pages link Help and About Us that use can navigate to from Home Page.

With respect to SEO, which is the better way to create a site-map?

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So user have 2 ways to navigate to Women‘s sub-department, either directly through Home page or by navigating from Home to Fashion and then to Women page.

Are tabs and/or steps in a wizard displayed as separate boxes in a sitemap diagram?

I’m creating a sitemap for an enterprise application.

For one section in the application, there is an edit calendar feature. Once clicked on, there are three sections/or different types of calendars to set up.

  1. Start/end dates for the entire project
  2. Blocked-out dates (holidays and nonworking days, etc.)
  3. Start/end dates for specific tasks within the project

We currently use a step wizard to edit the calendar so the user has to set up the dates in that order.

In my sitemap, do I draw out each step as a separate box, or would that go in a separate user flow diagram?

Sitemap sketch

Have custom post type posts show under regular posts in sitemap (Yoast)

I have a custom post type called FAQs, and I’m using Yoast SEO to generate a sitemap. The sitemap gets generated like it should, but it creates a completely separate sitemap for the FAQ post type, so example.com/faq-sitemap.xml. That makes sense, but I’m wondering if there’s a way I could keep the custom post type of FAQ but have the FAQ posts show up under the example.com/post-sitemap.xml instead, and then example.com/faq-sitemap.xml wouldn’t even exist anymore.

Here’s the code to create the custom post type.

function create_faq_post_type() { // Set UI labels for Custom Post Type $  labels = array(     'name'                => _x( 'FAQs', 'Post Type General Name' ),     'singular_name'       => _x( 'FAQ', 'Post Type Singular Name' ),     'menu_name'           => __( 'FAQs' ),     'parent_item_colon'   => __( 'Parent FAQ' ),     'all_items'           => __( 'All FAQs' ),     'view_item'           => __( 'View FAQ' ),     'add_new_item'        => __( 'Add New FAQ' ),     'add_new'             => __( 'Add New' ),     'edit_item'           => __( 'Edit FAQ' ),     'update_item'         => __( 'Update FAQ' ),     'search_items'        => __( 'Search FAQ' ),     'not_found'           => __( 'Not Found' ),     'not_found_in_trash'  => __( 'Not found in Trash' ) );  // Set other options for Custom Post Type $  args = array(     'label'               => __( 'faqs' ),     'description'         => __( 'frequently asked questions' ),     'labels'              => $  labels,     // Features this CPT supports in Post Editor     'supports'            => array( 'title', 'editor', 'thumbnail', 'author', 'comments', 'custom-fields' ),     'hierarchical'        => true,     'public'              => true,     'show_ui'             => true,     'show_in_menu'        => true,     'show_in_nav_menus'   => true,     'show_in_admin_bar'   => true,     'menu_position'       => 5,     'can_export'          => true,     'has_archive'         => true,     'exclude_from_search' => false,     'publicly_queryable'  => true,     'taxonomies'  => array( 'category', 'post_tag' ),     'rewrite' => array('slug' => '%category%') );  // Registering faq custom post type register_post_type( 'faq', $  args ); }  // Hooking up the faq custom post type function to theme setup add_action( 'init', 'create_faq_post_type', 0 ); 

Kind of a weird request, but that’s what the SEO is wanting to do unfortunately.