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[Resolved] [Plugin: Google XML Sitemaps] Sitemap don't exist

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  • tenebra87,

    Check via FTP if the file – sitemap.xml – actaully exists on your server.

    If it does, then there is another issue. If it doesnt, it needs to be created.

    HTH

    G

    The plugin does not indicate a place to name the site map file. Thus, it is generating a file named “.xml” instead of “sitemap.xml”

    Plugin Contributor Arne Brachhold

    @arnee

    Please update to version 4.0, thanks!

    I have the same problem.

    My WordPress address (URI): http://www.mydomain.com/wp
    My Site address (URL): http://www.mydomain.com/blog (different public address)

    At the beginning, with previous releases all works fine because I could edit “Location of your sitemap file”, and I set to manually this parameters:
    ‘Absolute or relative to the sitemap file, including the path name’: /usr/home/mydomain.com/web/wp/sitemap.xml
    and
    ‘Full URL of the sitemap file, including the name’: http://mydomain/wp/sitemap.xml

    I have updated to version 4.0 and first, this option has dissapeared (I know now there’s not necessary both sitemap files). But now plugin debug informs about errors with url because automatically specify the sitemap path to http://www.mydomail.com/blog/sitemap.xml in order to http://www.mydomail.com/wp/sitemap.xml

    What I’m doing wrong? I have downgraded my release waiting for your community support.

    Thank’s in advance.

    Plugin Contributor Arne Brachhold

    @arnee

    Can you send me the links to your blog by email? himself [at] arnebrachhold [dot] de

    Thanks!

    The same here. Installed plugin, saved settings, but site map doesn’t appear in my root directory.
    But there is file called sitemap.backup.xml…?

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