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My Website have to split on three Sections , Windows 10, Windows 8 and Windows 7 .Now build Three articles which explain how install Virtual Box on Windows 10, Windows 8 and Windows 7 , therefore build a sitemap for every sections;

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<urlset xmlns="http://www.sitemaps.org/schemas/sitemap/0.9"
        xmlns:news="http://www.google.com/schemas/sitemap-news/0.9">
<url>
 <loc>http://htmlkurss.xyz/windows10.php</loc>
 <news:news>
   <news:publication>
    <news:name>htmlkurss</news:name>
    <news:language>de</news:language>
   </news:publication>
   <news:genres/>
   <news:publication_date>2019-03-28</news:publication_date>
   <news:title>Wie instaliert Virtual Box in Windows 10 </news:title>
   <news:keywords>Virtual Box, installation, Windows 10</news:keywords>
  </news:news>
 </url>
</urlset>

Name File , sitemap_windows10.xml . Then for Windows 8 and Windows 7. My Idea is to build a sitemap structure as here say .

When the sitemaps_index.xml should to be on Root of the site, where should to be the Sitemaps referenced (sitemap_windows10.xml)?

  • I removed the seo tag from your question. Sitemaps have very little to do with getting your site indexed and ranked. It usually happens without a sitemap. Adding a sitemap gives you additional data in Google Search Console, but doesn't usually help indexing or rankings. See The Sitemap Paradox – Stephen Ostermiller Mar 30 at 10:48
  • Unless you have 50,000 pages on you site, there is no need to create separate sitemaps for different sections. You can put all your URLs for all your sections into a single XML sitemap as long as there aren't too many total for the file size. – Stephen Ostermiller Mar 30 at 10:49
  • It appears that the example you gave shouldn't have the <news:news> section in it. It isn't a news article. That section is only needed if you have news articles that you want to have included in Google News. – Stephen Ostermiller Mar 30 at 10:50
  • @ Stephen Ostermille , thanks for your answer and correction ! , when can't write <news:news> , how write my sitemap_windows10.xml ? – biotza Mar 30 at 11:01
  • <url><loc>http://htmlkurss.xyz/windows10.php</loc></url> without the news section would be fine. There are a few other fields such as lastmod, changefreq, and priority that can be included, but you don't need to. Google ignores those additional fields. – Stephen Ostermiller Mar 30 at 11:02
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Stephen Ostermiller give me the solution .I have a few mistake to do....

Because my Website is not a News Site (Newspaper) , I can't to write <news:news> . How now to write my sitemap .

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<urlset xmlns="http://www.sitemaps.org/schemas/sitemap/0.9"
    xmlns:news="http://www.google.com/schemas/sitemap-news/0.9">
    <url><loc>http://htmlkurss.xyz/windows10.php</loc></url>
</urlset>

and every time which write a new article , add the link to these File .The File stay on Root of the site .Without to write a sitemap index .

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