• Resolved omris83

    (@omris83)


    If anyone is using Uncode theme and AIO SEO, can you please tell me what you see when you go to

    http://www.yourdomain.com/wp-sitemap.xml

    Does it look messed up or normal? It should go to a 404, but I just want to know if its throwing out a lot of mess as thats what I’m getting and nobody seems to know where the issue is actually coming from.

    Thank you in advance.

    Note: This isnt a dig at AIO SEO. Im just trying to find a solution to a very annoying problem.

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  • Thread Starter omris83

    (@omris83)

    First of all, sorry as I have more than one thread. I had posted elsewhere on this forum about my issue but then started a new thread after figuring out the problem exactly. Therefore I am posting here and not there.

    ——————————————

    After speaking to AIO SEO, Uncode devs and WP Bakery, I keep getting referred to the other party.

    First of all, I’ve disabled every plugin now including WP Bakery. So its not that, but it is a conflict between Uncode Theme and AIO SEO.

    AIO SEO said why it cant be their plugin and thats fair enough, but Uncode Author came back to me and said this.. I didnt even realise it was every URL that had sitemap.xml on the end.

    Anyway… from dev:

    Please, first of all consider that the issue is with 404 page and URLs managed by All In One SEO plugin, not with the sitemap, since any URL that ends with sitemap.xml returns the same result:

    https://domain.com/qwerty-sitemap.xml
    https://domain.com/lorem-ipsum-sitemap.xml
    https://domain.com/hello-world-sitemap.xml

    So, as I said, the issue is due to All In One SEO plugin, it is a conflict with it, since if you disable it and reload the pages above you’ll see the regular 404 page.

    After saying that, we’ll definitely try to find the culprit, but it is an incompatibility between (I guess) how Uncode allows to customize 404 pages and how All In One SEO manages URLs, since Yoast doesn’t have this kind of problems, and also the new native Site Map of WordPress 5.5 works fine

    Plugin Support wpsmort

    (@wpsmort)

    @omris83 You can reproduce this by creating a brand new site with WordPress and the default Twenty Twenty theme installed and then go to https://domain.com/qwerty-sitemap.xml and you’ll get a 404 page which is correct.

    All in One SEO doesn’t have to be installed for you to get a 404 page not found when you go to any URL ending in sitemap.xml. Once you install the Uncode theme that’s when you see the Visual Composer shortcodes output which All in One SEO has nothing to do with.

    I’m closing this because it’s clearly a Visual Composer or theme issue.

    Thread Starter omris83

    (@omris83)

    Ok, I’ll send your message back to them. Wish you and them could work together to figure this out. AIO SEO is a very high used plugin but so is Uncode.

    Thanks anyway, Ive sent them your message.

    Thread Starter omris83

    (@omris83)

    Im just posting an update from Uncode Devs.

    Well, the problem seems to have started with this issue reported on Github which led to a modification of the plugin (2019): https://github.com/awesomemotive/all-in-one-seo-pack/issues/2190 So if there’s no content for that particular sitemap it is loaded the function get_404_template() (https://undsgn.d.pr/R2KYOu).

    I think the problem is that when the plugin forces to display a 404 page, Uncode still hasn’t loaded its globals. In few words, this happens too early maybe. If they provided a filter for the function I shared in the screenshot we can provide our solution, maybe redirecting to a 404 courtesy page in case the content of the site map is empty.

    Let me know if you can tell them this, otherwise I’ll try to open an issue on Github.

    Is there a filter I can give them?

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 5 months ago by omris83.
    Plugin Author arnaudbroes

    (@arnaudbroes)

    @omris83 we’re not going to add a filter for this issue, but we think we might have a solution that would solve the conflict between our plugin and their theme. I’ve reached out to them through their contact form for some info that we need first.

    Thread Starter omris83

    (@omris83)

    Brilliant! Thank you 🙂

    Plugin Author arnaudbroes

    (@arnaudbroes)

    @omris83 I’ve been able to resolve this on our end. We’ll ship the fix in AIOSEOP v3.8.0.

    Thread Starter omris83

    (@omris83)

    Thank you @arnaudbroes

    Do you have an ETA for this?

    Plugin Author arnaudbroes

    (@arnaudbroes)

    Next month since AIOSEO v3.7.0 is scheduled for release today.

    If you would like to get your hands on it earlier, feel free to contact us here and we’ll send you a beta build once we’ve verified the fix – https://semperplugins.com/contact/

    Thread Starter omris83

    (@omris83)

    Great, thanks!

    Sent you a message.

    Omri

    Plugin Support wpsmort

    (@wpsmort)

    @omris83 The email address you provided bounced when we tried to email you.

    Thread Starter omris83

    (@omris83)

    Weird. Ive had it for 20 yrs. Maybe I typed it in wrong. Ive emailed you again…

    Thread Starter omris83

    (@omris83)

    Is the next version of AIO SEO still scheduled for this month?

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