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Use a friendly URL called sitemap without an extension. http://yoursite.com/sitemap That way it's not dependent on the underlying technology. Cool URIs don't change: http://www.w3.org/Provider/Style/URI.html


In your header you have a canonical link (on line 11, just under <title>). It looks like this on your page: <link href="http://escene.ir/component/products/?task=view.12" rel="canonical" /> This element tells Google your preferred URL for a page which has several urls to choose from. This is to prevent you from being penalized for having ...


I'm sure Google not changed your url, because when I visited your page(second URL) it shows with that url. You have duplicate content for the same page, best thing is you have to redirect using 301(permanent redirect) to that page and also try to remove that link(if present) from XML sitemap.


I had a look at your XMLs as well as some sections of the site, to answer your questions: there is no fixed time for the sitemaps to get indexed, it depends on a whole bunch of factors like size of your site, crawl friendliness of your site (more on this later), interna/external links to the site etc. Now it actually does not matter if you list all URLs in ...


The sitemaps with errors, I guess those speak for themselfs. To answer the remainder of your question: Yes it is normal that they dont index all. This number will slowly increase in time, but cán stop before it'll reach 100%. That means they find some pages not worth their while. That could be because of duplicate content, bad content/title/description, ...


http://zhanzhang.baidu.com/sitemap/index is the (sparse) documentation about sitemaps for Baidu. It only describes that it may help to submit your sitemap, and it shows a screenshot of their webmaster tool, listing several sitemaps and their status. However, it seems that they intend this feature only for "high quality" sites, on invitation basis. Here is ...


It will be a matter of waiting for the pages to be recrawled and the noindex seen. I would not block by robots.txt as this is not a definite method of removing already indexed pages, allow the pages to be crawled for the noindex tag to be seen. If I block Google from crawling a page using a robots.txt disallow directive, will it disappear from ...


You should disallow your archives in the robots.txt file.


Google is reaching your sitemap file okay and complaining about the domain name used within the sitemap. I looked at your sitemap, and it all looks okay at first glance. The only thing I can think of, is that you have Google Webmaster Tools domain name set to www.buraktas.com and your sitemap is using buraktas.com. Check this. You may need to change one or ...


Google can sometimes take a while to update their UI, so it may take a while for what you're seeing to change. Did you recently point DNS records? If so, it can take up to 24 hours to propagate. A dig shows --- H3LIUS:~ connarpierce$ dig buraktas.com ;; QUESTION SECTION: ;buraktas.com. IN A ;; ANSWER SECTION: buraktas.com. 14400 IN A ...


Baidu has a Webmaster Tools application that is written in Chinese. But all is not lost. Here is a tutorial: http://www.webnots.com/baidu-webmaster-tools.html The tutorial is written in English and translates the options for you. I am not sure how up to date this is, but it does look complete otherwise and may be useful. I do not see that Baidu reads the ...


The accepted answer is correct for XML sitemaps, but as per your comment, your question was about a HTML sitemap. There is no particular reason to use full URLs in HTML sitemaps. Either of your code examples would be fine, although the first (that uses absolute paths) would be my personal preference.

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