Improved Google XML Sitemaps plugin with Multisite Support (XML Sitemap Generator for WordPress 4.0.2) puts its sitemaps in a folder, in my case http://www.domain.tld/sitemaps/www-domain-tld.xml and http://www.domain.tld/sitemaps/www-domain-tld.xml.gz, not in the site’s home directory. This would be fine except it develops errors in the sitemaps — “URL not allowed. This url is not allowed for a Sitemap at this location” — because sitemaps can only include URLs which point to files in the same or deeper directories. And since all the files on the site are not below the http://www.domain.tld/sitemaps/ directory, it does not work on a multi-site installation. The only logical solution I can see is to have multiple sitemaps in the sites home directory. Can anyone point me to a more elegant solution? And why is the (Improved Google XML Sitemaps plugin with Multisite Support) default mode set up like this when its bound to error?
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