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I have submitted sitemap and also fetched pages of my sites but still its showing error like "domain with protocol https://www.domain-name is not available try with http://www.domain-name.html".

Previously my old site was using https: with no-www but now I have redirected to my new site having https: with www.

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You previously redirected to non-www on HTTPS? And the errors are on www? So the URLs that are being suggested were never valid URLs? Otherwise, this sounds like another recent question: Google keeps crawling pages that don't exist – w3dk Aug 21 '13 at 13:57
yes but how would i get my index data for https://www.domain-name.com ? because currently have added my site as https://www.domain-name.html in webmaster and its not showing my index status – user30659 Aug 22 '13 at 9:51
Why are you using a .html on the domain-name? Shouldn't that be an extension like .com? – Stephen Ostermiller Aug 25 '13 at 11:41

To see all of your indexed content in Google Webmaster Tools, you need to register four different sites:

  • http://domain-name.com/
  • http://www.domain-name.com/
  • https://domain-name.com/
  • https://www.domain-name.com/

In other words, all variations with combinations of HTTP and www.

Once you have all of these registered in GWT, then you can can see on which Google is actually indexing your content.

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You need a new version of your website with HTTPS and www. Go to the add to site button and enter your website URL like - https://www.example.com.

Once you add your new website you will be able to add the new sitemap and can perform other webmaster tasks.

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