How to make and upload a sitemap?

The question Remains for me. How can I make an .xml sitemap in Freeway Pro 5.1 that can be validated by Google


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It’s interesting how the 2 site map generator companies posted use the same colors for their themes.
I have a friend who has trouble all the time with a competitor who almost literally copies his look every time he upgrades his site.
The intention, of course, is to make the user think he’s where he wants to be.


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One very simple way is to have an http://www.ineedwebhosting.co.uk hosting account. Each hosting account account comes with a “one click” Google Site map function in the web hosting control panel.

Upload your site using Freeway as per usual, open you hosting control panel. click the Google site map function, this creates the site map, and submits this to Google for you.

Test drive the Free control panel and check it out.

David

On 13 Jul 2008, at 9:25 am, johnyw wrote:

The question Remains for me. How can I make an .xml sitemap in Freeway Pro 5.1 that can be validated by Google

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I used “iGooMap” if you’re looking for software (run through MacUpdate, it’s 100% better than Rage Google Sitemap Automator) and I routinely use the xml-sitemaps.com if I’m on site somewhere and don’t have access to my stuff.

Both the program and the site produce validated Google XML sitemaps. I believe the website version has a limit of 500 pages while the program version does not. Both provided a better formatted document versus Rage’s one continuous line of non-sense.


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Smultron is a free application available at www.applemacfreeware.com.

1 Download Application

2 Open Smultron

3 List all of the URL’s in your site hitting return between each URL

4 Click “Save as” in the “file” drop down and save the file to desktop with the title “sitemap.txt”

5 Upload file to your server to the same location as you site.


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Hi Ade,

A plain .txt file is not a suitable Google .xml sitemap as the original post asks for.

4 Click “Save as” in the “file” drop down and save the file to desktop with the title “sitemap.txt”


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An xml file is just plain text. Just change the .txt extension to .xml

Joe

On 1 Sep 2008, at 17:43, WebWorker wrote:

Hi Ade,

A plain .txt file is not a suitable Google .xml sitemap as the
original post asks for.

4 Click “Save as” in the “file” drop down and save the file to
desktop with the title “sitemap.txt”


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You could also use this free service:

http://www.xml-sitemaps.com/

Joe

On 1 Sep 2008, at 17:43, WebWorker wrote:

Hi Ade,

A plain .txt file is not a suitable Google .xml sitemap as the
original post asks for.

4 Click “Save as” in the “file” drop down and save the file to
desktop with the title “sitemap.txt”


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