XML and Google News Sitemaps to feed the hungry spiders. Multisite, WP Super Cache and Polylang compatible.
I. If you have been using another XML Sitemap plugin before, check your site root and remove any created sitemap.xml, sitemap-news.xml and (if you're not managing this one manually) robots.txt files that remained there.
II. Install plugin by:
Quick installation via Covered Web Services !
… OR …
Search for "xml sitemap feed" and install with that slick Plugins > Add New admin page.
… OR …
Follow these steps:
Upload the zip file via the Plugins > Add New > Upload page … OR … unpack and upload with your favourite FTP client to the /plugins/ folder.
III. Activate the plugin on the Plugins page.
Done! Check your sparkling new XML Sitemap by visiting yourblogurl.tld/sitemap.xml (adapted to your domain name of course) with a browser or any online XML Sitemap validator. You might also want to check if the sitemap is listed in your yourblogurl.tld/robots.txt file.
Same as above but do a Network Activate to make a XML sitemap available for each site on your network.
Installed alongside WordPress MU Sitewide Tags Pages, XML Sitemap Feed will not create a sitemap.xml nor change robots.txt for any tag blogs. This is done deliberately because they would be full of links outside the tags blogs own domain and subsequently ignored (or worse: penalised) by Google.
Upon uninstalling the plugin from the Admin > Plugins page, most plugins optiosn will be cleared from the database. However, since by that time the plugin itself is already deactivated, some taxonomies cannot be removed and will remain dormant in the database. See notes in the uninstall.php file.
On multisite, the uninstall.php can loop through all sites in the network to perform the uninstalltion process for each site. However, this does not scale for large networks so it only does a per-site uninstallation when
define('XMLSF_MULTISITE_UNINSTALL', true); is explicitly set in wp-config.php.
Requires: 3.2 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.2.2
Last Updated: 2015-6-16
Active Installs: 80,000+
9 of 17 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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