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Download 0.1.2. Requires 4.0.6 and PHP 5.
sitemap.xml.gzin your web root (i.e., alongside images/ and index.php).
Last edited by jm (2008-07-23 06:31:47)
Awesome, thank you!
I get an error from Google Sitemaps with this plugin :-(
Sencer’s one was working
Unsupported file format Your Sitemap does not appear to be in a supported format. Please ensure it meets our Sitemap guidelines and resubmit.
Last edited by FireFusion (2008-05-18 11:28:56)
Maybe this can help
Only thing I could spot int the header was the header order. I changed this and i’m waiting to see if it has an effect….
<?xml encoding="utf-8" version="1.0"?>
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
Last edited by FireFusion (2008-05-18 11:18:31)
^ Changing the header as above fixed the sitemap.
Google is fussy.
Last edited by FireFusion (2008-05-18 11:55:57)
No, Google merely follows W3C specifications for XML
 XMLDecl ::= '<?xml' VersionInfo EncodingDecl? SDDecl? S? '?>'
The encoding value is case insensitive, so it could be either UTF-8 or utf-8.
Whoops! I fixed the attribute order for 0.1.1 – thanks Ruud.
What’s the difference between yours and sencer’s implementation?
Mainly excludable sections (without editing source code). My plugin doesn’t manually ping Google either – it’s no longer needed after you add your sitemap via robots.txt or Google webmaster tools.
> Requires 4.0.6 and PHP5.
I am having PHP-Version: 4.4.8 in my shared hosting environment :-(
Would it be possible to get a PHP4 version or simply run the old version (as I do)?
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It is possible, but it isn’t worth the effort. Did your host miss gophp5?
If you do want to backport it to PHP 4, you’ll need to add an ISO 8601 function to replace
date('c'), and you’ll need to remove every private and public keyword, basically making OOP worthless.
But really, make your host upgrade. A number of shared hosts have two versions of PHP running – you just “turn on” PHP 5 with a line in a .htaccess file.
Last edited by jm (2008-05-19 14:50:25)