Google's search console indicates that my website is "indexed but not submitted in the site map". However, I have submitted the URL in the site map. It's been so long.
I've tested for
https://www.example.com/annapurna-base-camp-trekking which is in the sitemap but Google says that's not the case.
Is this the reason why my website is not at the top of the list?
In many articles, I found that I could submit the site map of my blogger blog by grabbing
atom.xml? redirect = false & start-index = 1 & max-results = 500
like my sitemap URL. But when I did that, I had a URL error saying that he could not go for it.
I've also tried
example.com/sitemap.xml. All this does not work. And on the old search console, it shows on hold.
Now, Google automatically indexes part of my page randomly. So I have to manually enter all the pages on the URL inspection and check if they are indexed and ask for an index. It takes so much time. It will be very useful if I can do it with a sitemap.
My google webmaster displays this warning for a domain-domain.com/price
Warning – "Some of the URLs listed in this Sitemap have a high response time, which may indicate a problem with your server or the content of the page."
A solution for this? Or do I have to contact the helpdesk?
I use Fluid Store and Fluid WP themes. When I finished my store and submitted to Google, I submitted the URL to the sitemap (which was automatically generated in the fluid theme) without putting xml or php at the end.
I tried to submit again, but Google did not allow it. weird. I knock the end of my rope of knowledge here.
Someone knows how to fix this?
Thank you, -FN
I've created a site for an eWallet with the help of the new Sites site. Google sites automatically generate a Sitemap at sites.google.com/yoursite/system/feeds/sitemap, which can then be sent through Google's "Search Console." However, I migrated to a custom URL, so I do not have a sitemap at that location anymore. Google Sites does not support FTP and applications such as FileZilla can not access it. I've heard that SML Cloud could compensate for this, but I'd rather not pay $ 5 a month for a sitemap.
One of the ideas I had was to put my sitemap on a different domain from my site, but I do not know if it would work or if I could do it. Also, if I have to finish creating my website, then export it to a different host to use FTP, I do not mind doing it either.
Is there a way to place a sitemap on my Google Sites site that contains a custom domain?
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