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  • I’m getting the same problem. 2 pages of “#” in the sitemap causing errors in Google Webmaster Tools.

    Is there a setting that will fix this?

    Thank you!

    Hi @daves1997 I checked your sitemap and could not see any entries with # symbol. What browser are you using? I checked using FireFox.

    @webdzign could you post your URL here so that we can check, thank you.

    Kind regards

    I manually removed the # sign. I deactivated the plugin. If I reactivate it, I will have to manually remove again through the cpanel.
    Not sure why the plugin keeps placing the # sign in the site map.

    Hi, what is your permalink structure? What theme are you using? Do you have a cache plugin installed?

    If your are not using the plugin what method are you using to generate your sitemap.xml file, if you don’t mind me asking?

    Kind regards

    Google XML Sitemaps plugin

    I think I found the problem: It was pulling the URL from the upper level menu items, which are empty pages, so they are also ’empty’ links.

    It was a small site with no blog, so I just manually created the sitemap.xml file.

    Would love to know a workaround for this for future use, for larger sites.

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