Sitemap no longer generates upfter recent update
so far I don’t see any problems, so please do show me your sitemaps URL so we can test.
Actually I had to drop WP SEO altogether as I’m finding it a BIG consumer of RAM coupled with the latest sitemap issue. Had to use another plugin that I found was far more RAM efficient I’m afraid.
Thanks for offering to take a look though.
I have the same problem.
Here is the URL :
Don’t know if it could help, but I use w3 total cache and cleared cache
I’m having issues as well, I updated to the latest version of WP sa well as the WordPress SEO plugin when the problems started….here’s the URL:
@wadewa: it looks like a space is being output before the xml is send which is causing an issue.
Have you tested with other plugins disabled ?
I reset to the default Twenty Twelve theme and disabled all other plugins….still not working, giving the same error message.
Go to “XML Sitemaps” tab and uncheck for disable it then save and check to enable it then save.
It’s work for me.
@jrf Thanks for the tip. I desactivated all plugin except seo + activate default wp theme. Same issue. Then I try the advice just above. I still get the issue.
I think it comes from the plugin or my host conf.
The problem appear with last update 1.4.13.
I’m also using last wordpress version atm : 3.5.2
Everything worked perfectly with 1.4.12
Did any of you by any chance make changes to the htaccess for XML sitemaps?
So I try to switch back to 1.4.12 and it works again.
Even if it’s not a solution I keep that version to still have sitemap.
If someone can have a better solution or need to check my not working sitemap I Will follow!!
@joost no change at all in htaccess or something else
The issue appeared right after the update
Hmm one more option: go to Settings -> Permalinks and save settings there, that might fix it…
Also: the sitemaps always work. This is an issue with the XSL file, the style sheet, not working.
So I tried this fix :
First update to 1.4.13, save permalink settings
Then try to disable XML, reactivate it, save permalink settings
Last test : desactivate plugin, save permalink, reactivate plugin, save permalink
As sitemap always work (also seen it in google webmaster tool) I keep this last version.
I’ve noticed this as well but I’m only working on nginx hosts so thought that might be the case. Sitemap page just generates a white page and have tried across to differnet nginx servers.
tried disabling and re-enabling it but no joy. tried re-saving the permalinks as well.
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