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Andrew Loft's suggestion of a sitemap index file is perfectly acceptable. I agree with him that multiple sitemaps per site is OK and your use case for it is a good one. There are two other ways to let Google know about multiple sitemaps that work just as well: Submit all the sitemaps to Google Webmaster Tools You can submit a sitemap, no matter what it ...


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You can have multiple sitemaps per website, and this is a great example of when that makes sense. You should make sure you have a Sitemap Index listing each of your sitemaps. It will probably look something like: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <sitemapindex xmlns="http://www.sitemaps.org/schemas/sitemap/0.9"> <sitemap> ...


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Old question, but since it was asked a new project has emerged called Doctored which appears to meet the requirements, example is here: http://holloway.github.io/doctored/ The project is open source and allows the end user to not only edit xml but also validates it against a schema. Disclaimer: I am not the author of the above project.



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