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    Default Re: SitemapXML v.2

    Quote Originally Posted by thuffam View Post
    what url do we tell google webmastertools to use for a site map?
    1. http://your_domain/sitemapindex.xml
    or
    2. http://your_domain/index.php?main_pa...xml&inline=yes

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    Default Re: SitemapXML v.2

    Quote Originally Posted by a_berezin View Post
    No. There are no error. You CAN rename googlesitemap.php.txt to googlesitemap.php order not to reconfigure cron configured to run googlesitemap.php (for some users, setting a cron is undecisive task).
    I renamed googlesitemap.php and set in Google Webmaster:
    domain/googlesitemap.php?inline=yes
    It worked flawlessly, I am no longer getting warnings about same priority.
    Anyway, I am reading the posts.
    Will continue to test throughout the week and report anything unusual I find.

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    Default Re: SitemapXML v.2

    Quote Originally Posted by zcnb View Post
    For example, your index.php?main_page=shippinginfo is part of the "Important Links" sidebox (controlled by Define Page Editor, not EZ-Pages)
    "Important Links" sidebox is controlled by EZ pages, Information sidebox is controlled by the Define Pages Editor.

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    help question Re: SitemapXML v.2

    Quote Originally Posted by a_berezin View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by zcnb
    Originally Posted by zcnb View Post
    Still, I wonder whether it would be better to have these two features merged (Zen Cart's visible site map with your XML based map).
    Do not see any sense in this.
    OK - maybe I misunderstood the purpose of Zen Cart's sitemap. Is it there only for the site visitor to get a high-level view of what's on the web site?

    Or is it there to also give hints to search engines (just as the sitemaps.org protocol does)?

    In other words, why have two site maps? What is the purpose of having two, out-of-sync (with each other), site maps?

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    Default Re: SitemapXML v.2

    Quote Originally Posted by zcnb View Post
    Is it there only for the site visitor to get a high-level view of what's on the web site?
    Yes. You answered your own question.

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    Default Re: SitemapXML v.2

    Quote Originally Posted by ckosloff View Post
    I renamed googlesitemap.php and set in Google Webmaster:
    domain/googlesitemap.php?inline=yes
    Why? What is the purpose of this experiment? Why not use the normal address http://your_domain/index.php?main_pa...ml&inline=yes?

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    Default Re: SitemapXML v.2

    Quote Originally Posted by ckosloff View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by zcnb;
    Is it there only for the site visitor to get a high-level view of what's on the web site?
    Yes. You answered your own question.
    Thank you. I am not familiar with the history of osCommerce and Zen Cart and their design considerations, thus my questions of which some may sound silly. I just needed to understand the conceptual difference between these two sitemaps and you helped me confirm my understanding. Thank you.

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    Default Re: SitemapXML v.2

    Quote Originally Posted by a_berezin View Post
    Why? What is the purpose of this experiment? Why not use the normal address http://your_domain/index.php?main_pa...ml&inline=yes?
    Because I screwed up.
    Looking at the old syntax: googlesitemap.php I typed sitemapxml.php and Google threw error.
    So I went back to old syntax and everything fine.
    Now I will try your syntax.
    Thanks.

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    Default Re: SitemapXML v.2

    FYI. Syntax posted by author worked fine.

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    Default Re: SitemapXML v.2

    I have just tried to add this and got this message when uploading the SQL patch

    1064 You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near 'true', 'false'),')' at line 1
    in:
    [INSERT INTO configuration (configuration_id, configuration_title, configuration_key, configuration_value, configuration_description, configuration_group_id, sort_order, date_added, use_function, set_function) VALUES (NULL, 'Compress XML File', 'SITEMAPXML_COMPRESS', 'false', 'Compress Google XML Sitemap file', @configuration_group_id, 1, NOW(), NULL, 'zen_cfg_select_option(array('true', 'false'),');]
    If you were entering information, press the BACK button in your browser and re-check the information you had entered to be sure you left no blank fields.


    What have I done wrong? What should I do??

 

 
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