More a comment then a question… Concerning Simple Site Map "USAGE" tutorial

Hi guys I just wanted to make a suggestion in clarifying the tutorial for Simple Site Map

The tutorial says…

“You can check that your sitemaps have been created by going to: blog.domain.tld/sitemap.xml”

But that is presumptuous that you have installed you MU install as a sub-domain install. I tried that a few times and it wasn’t working until I realized, since I’m using sub-directories and not sub-domains, that my path would be… domain.tld/blog/sitemap.xml instead of blog.domain.tld/sitemap.xml and I also realized that is you’re using sub-directories it works just as fine to just use domain.tld/sitemap.xml <<< Without the /blog/ and you can verify that way.

Anyway not really an issue I have I have the sitemap working perfectly after slowing down and looking @ what I was doing and seeing that it could not possibly be that way. BUT my point of writing this is that I presume that some people are just giving up, because they are following the instructions literally and if they have there MU install as a sub-directory install the directions will be misleading. Anyway that’s it, just wanted to drop this note… Hope it helps!

Thanks for all the great work, you do guys, best…

  • aecnu
    • WP Unicorn

    Greetings SRCenter,

    Thank you for your feedback and perspective.

    Actually I confirm your concerns and see it a little worse then you described.

    blog.domain.tld/sitemap.xml

    Tells me blog.domain.mydomain.com etc. In other words following it literally I would be adding the TLD after blog.domain. and this is certainly bad news and not workable.

    I will see about getting this fixed asap and thanks again for pointing out this significant detail.

    Cheers, Joe

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