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  • Plugin Contributor Arne Brachhold

    (@arnee)

    Check this list: http://wordpress.org/support/topic/404-file-not-found-see-here

    Does it work afterwards?

    Since updating to 4.0.1 from 3.4, I’m getting that same strange content in the sitemap.xml file. Also, I would like to force notify the search engines, but can’t find that option.

    I use Quick Cache.

    Thanks.

    Plugin Contributor Arne Brachhold

    (@arnee)

    That content is alright, the sitemap is now split into sub-sitemaps by post type and date. Google will get notified, as soon as you edit or publish a post.

    Ok… sounds good. Thank you.

    Hey!
    Since updating it says on top the sitemap is located in the same folder as the wordpess install (/blogg/), but I have it located on root from previous version. So the link in the top is wrong, and the content in linked .xml is not my pages and posts.

    My sitemap.xml on root is still there, but don’t seem to update (tried changing the last modified on root index-page).

    Also:
    “Note: If your blog is in a subdirectory and you want to add pages which are NOT in the blog directory or beneath, you MUST place your sitemap file in the root directory (Look at the “Location of your sitemap file” section on this page)!”

    Can’t find the “Location of your sitemap file” section anymore?

    Worked great before, and i’m a newbie at this, so am I overlooking something?

    Thanks.

    Plugin Contributor Arne Brachhold

    (@arnee)

    Hi,

    since the sitemap is now a page like any other WordPress content, unfortunately it can’t be outside of the blog directory anymore. Sorry that I forgot to remove the text you quoted above.

    Ok, thanks.

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