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    Where to place XML code for sitemaps?

    Hi

     

    I am new to this stuff. I am having a problem with Sitemaps. I have generated the XML code  but not sure what to do with it, where to place it and how.

     

    Can anyone please help in this issue?

     

    Many thanks.

     

    Hyd

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    It is ok!! I solved the problem. I had to do some searches.

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    It is ok!! I solved the problem. I had to do some searches.

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    Can you please post your solution?

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    Where do i place the xml codes for my site map

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    Thanks for not telling us the solution!

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    Re: Where to place XML code for sitemaps?

    Hi Flickzilla,

     

    Here's how you add a sitemap to Google Search Console (I assume that's what you're looking for?):

     

    1. If you haven't yet, sign up at google.com/webmasters
    2. Add a property, which will be your website (you may want to add one for each version of your domain, for example: http://www.yourdomain.com, http://yourdomain.com; and do the same for https).
    3. Select the property you created.
    4. You'll see "sitemap" on the right. Click on that.
    5. Click add/test sitemap
    6. Test your sitemap, which will be: your domain (prepopulated) and then add "sitemap.xml" to make sure it works.
    7. Then add it for each version (you'll have to select each property separately).
    8. Once that's all done, you may want to take care of some other settings in Google Console as well, like setting language, location, etc.

    Hope that helps,

     

    -- Robbin

     

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