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  • Hello,

    this post is two weeks old, but has seen no update yet.
    I am facing the same problem. With version 3.x of this plugin, the sitemap contained ~560 links submitted to google. On the day of the update to version 4.0, I can see it dropped to 230 links. When I check the XML sitemap, it only shows the links of the main language, but not the other languages.
    Can you please have a look into this? This is a really nasty bug!

    I am on WP 3.8.3, G-XML-S plugin version 4.0.3 and WPML 3.1.4.

    Thanks, Herbert

    Plugin Contributor Arne Brachhold


    Should be fixed in next version, please try:

    Hello Arnee,

    thanks for providing the beta for testing.
    This is a great progress, the WPML compatibility is much improve, although not complete yet.
    The sitemap-pt-post-<year>-<month>.xml files now contain articles in all my available languages. Great.

    The “other” sitemap files however not yet, I mean:

    Thos 4 sitemaps still only contain the main language, in my case in German, but there are no archives/authors etc. links to the english and spanish languages.

    Thanks, Herbert

    Plugin Contributor Arne Brachhold


    Hi @herbert,

    Thanks for the note. I will check how these taxonomies are saved in the database. But the most important content are the posts, and that should work now 🙂

    Hi, i am using WPML also in subdirectories.

    Tried version 4.0.7 and dont work…

    I am still blocking robots for now (i think it is not important for the plugin to work ok), but i wanted to see if my oriented language sitemaps where created, and i can´t even see the index sitemap file. I receive a 404 error..

    I will update your plugin to last version to see if it works.

    Can you help me someway with this?
    What can i do to google sitemap generator plugin to build different sitemap files for different languages in virtual subdirectories ?



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