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You probably have to enter this in your root's .htaccess file: <IfModule mod_mime.c> # MIME HyperText Markup Language (MHTML) markup AddType text/html .mhtml .mht .maff .maf AddType message/rfc822 .mhtml .mht AddType multipart/related .mhtml .mht .maff .maf </IfModule> Comment out lines with # for those you don't need. Good luck.
I found it was actually CloudFlare that was caching my site. I cleared its cache and disabled it while I am developing
You'll want both in the root of the site, especially robots.txt because that's where Bot's will be looking for it. The Sitemap could go anywhere, but it would make the most sense in your case to put it in the root, rather than having several sitemaps for each additional language you add in the future.
Could you please kindly advise the error message that you get? Can you PING your domain? Have you point your domain to Godaddy name server?
Are you sure that nothing changes ? It might be due to your browser cache. To check this upload the file to the server then download it and see if it's the new or the old one. You should also delete your browser cache.
There are two possibilities why this is happening that I can think off: WWW-DATA Ownership ROOT Ownership FTP Server Settings WWW-DATA Ownership The file on the server may own to another usergroup that the FTP user is not apart off. Assuming that your web server uses the standard www-data group, you should ensure that the FTP user has permission to ...
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