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  1. #1
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    Oct 2008

    Question About site map

    My site is I am not sure how I managed to do it but I have 2 site maps listed in my cpanel.

    Question #1
    One is .xml and the other is php. Should I delete the php and leave the other one?

    Question #2
    If I change /Home_Page to /home do I need to create another site map, delete the old one and submit the new one?

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Mar 2005
    Wilmington, Delaware USA

    Default Re: About site map

    Hi; It's usually best to have two sitemaps - one (.XML - see: for the Googlebot and other search engine spiders and another (usually .HTML) for your human visitors, so they can navigate quickly.

    Yes, if you change the name of a file then your sitemap should reflect this as your sitemap should always accurately reflect the "layout" of your website, although your home ( landing ) page would normally just be titled index.html ...

    Hope this was of some help to you.


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  3. #3
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    Oct 2008

    Default Re: About site map

    Yes, this does help and thank you for your response.

  4. #4
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    Oct 2008

    Default Re: About site map

    I mentioned that I have 2 site maps. which has been indicated that it is ok. The problem I am having now is when I post a link as it pull up with the body of the page blank.
    After the page pulls up, I can click on site map and it pulls up the site map that I created. I would think this would be confusing to my customers.
    Is there a solution to this?

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