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Hello Jack, @Jack_mcs how are you?

Sorry, I got confused by topic in my last question :unsure: .

This addon (Google XML Sitemap SEO)  generates an XML file sitemapimages.xml that contains all the images of the site if I am not wrong....

Now for what I saw in my web site it only covers the main image of the product.
If I add a Large Image (or several) they are not added to the sitemapimages.xml file.

That's right?

Best regards

Valqui


Running Old EDGE, setting up a new Frozen site with many nice addons available on the market and waiting to be admitted to Phoenix club!

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Hi Valquiria . :) The sitemapimages.xml only contains the main image for the product. The main image is stored in the products table but any additional images are stored in the products_images table and the code in this addon doesn't access that table. It would be possible but would not be a simple code change.

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Thank you very much  Jack, @Jack_mcs  for the clarification of the doubt.

In my opinion it would be interesting and necessary to add those images in future updates of this addon, do not you think the same?

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Valqui


Running Old EDGE, setting up a new Frozen site with many nice addons available on the market and waiting to be admitted to Phoenix club!

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Yes, I think it would be helpful. It was requested for the google base feeder too. I added it to that addon and will to this one eventually but it will be quite a while before I can get to it.

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If you are asking if this addon is necessary, then yes, it is. All of the search engines look for sitemaps so having one will help your site.

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Just started using this but for some reason i cant get the cron job to work. The command suggested by my host is "/usr/local/bin/ea-php56 /***/***/public_html/googlesitemap/index.php". Have also tried "php /***/***/public_html/googlesitemap/index.php" and neither work. If triggered manually it updates, any have a suggestion?

Thanks

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Try this, after adjusting the locations to fit your server:

cd /home/***/public_html/googlesitemap/; /usr/local/bin/php -c /home/***/public_html/php.ini -q /home/***/public_html/googlesitemap/index.php

If that doesn't work, ask your host to let you know what the cron error is. Or change the email address in cron to a working one, assuming it isn't already set that way, and see what the email says.

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