I'm using the the Fluid store and Fluid WP themes. When I finished my store and submitted to google, I submitted the url to the sitemap (that was automatically generated in the fluid theme) without putting xml or php on the end.
I tried to resubmit, but google wouldn't allow it. weird. I'm hitting the end of my knowledge rope here.
Anybody know how to fix this?
Most of my website pages are indexed in Google. But in my website xml sitemap we have only less pages. So can we add all those indexed pages in my sitemap.xml file? It will affect anything wrongly?
Hi I have a doubt in xml sitemap
how to create what is the use
In many of the articles, I found that I can submit sitemap of my blogger blog by inputting
as my sitemap url. But when I did this, I got a URL error saying that it couldn’t fetch. I’ve also tried “myblogaddress/sitemap.xml”. None of it works. And on the old search console, it shows pending. Now google automatically index some of my page randomly. So I need to manually input all the pages on URL inspection and check if its indexed and request for index. It takes so much time. It will be very helpful if I can do it by a sitemap.
I created a site for an e-portfolio using the new Google Sites. Google sites automatically generates a sitemap for you at sites.google.com/yoursite/system/feeds/sitemap, which can then be submitted via Google’s “Search Console”. However, I migrated to a custom URL, and so I no longer have a sitemap at that location. Google Sites does not have FTP support, and applications such as FileZilla can’t access it. I have heard that SML Cloud can make up for this, but I would prefer not to pay $ 5 a month just for a sitemap.
One idea I had is to put my sitemap on a different domain from my site, but I am not sure if this would even work, or where I could go about doing that. Also, if I need to finish making my website and then export it to a different host somehow to be able to use FTP, then I don’t mind doing that either.
Is there any way to put a sitemap on my Google Sites site that has a custom domain?