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SiteMaps for Single Page Webs Using CSS to place images and html objects inside DIV tags with invisible overflow containers allows us to make super web sites with many pages inside of a single HTML file. Draw a diagram showing how each anchor link inside your super page. Treat each anchor link as a separate HTML document in the diagram, because that area of ...
I just received an answer from the GitHub support: "GitHub Pages will sometimes respond with 302 Found redirects when you have A records set up for an apex domain. It's part of our DDoS mitigation system for GitHub Pages sites." My problem is that my domain hoster doesn't support DNS CNAME Records, so I think that I have to deal with what I have.
The first option is the most correct. So max-results=500 it's RSS-Feed and updated it slower.
The problem is that Google hates pages in the sitemap that do any kind of redirect. So, try something from this few options that crossed my mind: Don't let the page in the sitemap to redirect (the pages must give status code 200 - OK) Change the pages in the sitemap with the landing pages. Exclude redirect pages in sitemap.
The first option was added about a year ago - see more about it here: http://blogging.nitecruzr.net/2014/11/blogs-to-have-automatically-generated.html The other option still works AFAIK, and there are many advice articles out there written when the first option didn't exist, which therefore recommend the 2nd.
In your robots.txt add the line Sitemap: http://your.web.site/sitemap.xml On the Google Web master tool web site, go to exploration > sitemaps in the menu of your web site. Then just click add a sitemap. Check that your url is correct, and wait for Google results, after some min the result will be displayed.
The solution you're looking for is actually a lot less painstaking than your example makes it seem. I'll start from the top and work my way down with explanations. For sake of ease, I'm going to assume the website is constructed from static files hosted on a remote fileserver. Point #1 - Structure: I would strongly encourage a bit of restructuring. Create ...
For starters, I'm going to assume you mean both an XML sitemap and an HTML sitemap, just for safety. And a lot of it really depends on the CMS you're using. For example, WordPress offers a ton of plugins for generating and maintaining XML & HTML sitemaps but a lot of CMSs don't have that functionality baked in and/or they don't have a large enough ...
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