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  1. rvullriede

    The Google sitemap

    Hi, I submitted my sitemap with my Google-Account (https://www.google.com/webmasters/sitemaps/login) and Google downloaded the file within 2 hours. A few hours later the sitemap was parsed and the status has changed from 'pending' to 'o.k.' Regards, Raphael
  2. rvullriede

    The Google sitemap

    Hi, thanks for your feedback. replace Line 301 fopen('http://www.google.com/webmasters/sitemaps/ping?sitemap='.urlencode($notify_url); with fopen('http://www.google.com/webmasters/sitemaps/ping?sitemap='.urlencode($notify_url), 'r'); Regards, Raphael
  3. rvullriede

    The Google sitemap

    Hi, I've added a new option p to notify Google about your new sitemap. Usage: shell: php google_sitemap.php -zap http://domain.com/google_sitemap.php?auto=true&gzip=true&ping=true All Features: - supports multilangual categories and products - supports Search-Engine Safe URLs (osC default) - could be accessed by http or command line - writes to file or standard output - autogenerates multiple sitemaps for sites with over 50.000 URLs - autogenerates multiple sitemaps if filesize exceeded 10MB - autogenerates a index file if necessary - writes files compressed or uncompressed - auto-notify Google about sitemap or index file see readme.txt for details. Regards, Raphael
  4. rvullriede

    The Google sitemap

    Hi, There is no problem with the sessions if you use the CLI SAPI for PHP. This is the only correct way to access php from shell. If you don't have shell access you could use the script over http. The new version supports an new option auto. Usage: shell: php google_sitemap.php -za OR http://domain.com/google_sitemap.php?auto=true&gzip=true This generates multiple (if necessary [> 50000URLs or > 10MB filesize]) compressed sitemaps in the catalog folder and a corresponding index file. Regards, Raphael
  5. rvullriede

    Google sitemap

    Hi, Sure, but the best location for the sitemap is your catalog dir. See https://www.google.com/webmasters/sitemaps/...sitemapLocation. If your sitemap is located in a subdirectory (catalog/google) there could be some problems with Search-Engine Safe URLs because Google would assume that e.g. http://www.domain.com/catalog/index.php/cPath/3 is a subdirectory. In that case these URLs are not considered valid. Regards, Raphael
  6. rvullriede

    The Google sitemap

    Hi, this happens if you have set Force Cookie Use = false and used a CGI-Binary. Please use the CLI-Binary (command line interface) or set Force Cookie Use = true. Regards, Raphael