Yeh, I tried that already, same result.
Cleared the cache.
It’s really strange.
Content Creator and Copywriter
The first parameter can immediately follow the ? with no space and no & character. In most cases, the `` backticks are only necessary if the parameter contains a space.
One question. It says that not all docs can be ’1’ mine are all set to ’.1’
Is that acceptable?
I’m using Evo 1.05 and get this error when viewing the XML file.
This XML file does not appear to have any style information associated with it. The document tree is shown below.
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> is missing and
"> is shown as just <urlset>
I copied to code from the tutorial and it is all there.
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
[!Ditto?&dateFormat=`%Y-%m-%d` &parents=`0` &tpl=`google-sitemap-tpl` &displayArchive=`0` &dateSource=`editedon` &summarize=`500` &total=`500` &sortBy=`createon` &depth=`6` &showInMenuOnly=`1`!]
Here is the link http://devzg.zerogravitywebworks.com/sitemap.xml
Does anyone have any ideas?
Zero Gravity Web Works
There doesn’t appear to be anything wrong with that sitemap. It’s not supposed to look pretty - it’s a standard machine-readable form so that search engines can index your site more efficiently.
The reason your browser tells you that there is no style information available is that XML can be converted into other formats with a language called XSLT, similarly to how CSS can be used to style (x)HTML (although a lot more complex).
@distant_smile They can all be set to 1 if you want: the reason they shouldn’t be is that the number indicates the relative importance of a page on a scale of 0 to 1.
Some people will inevitably try and set all their pages to 1 to try and make them look more important to search engines, but the people who write search engine algorithms aren’t stupid and will simply ignore this. The priority is simply a good way of picking out the most important pages on your site so that they will be found instead of less important pages.