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Thank you for your beautiful and useful package!
I'm using the latest version of both umbraco and seoChecker and I'm using language variants.
On my Home node I've set 2 domains "/it" and "/en".
I can correctly reach the sitemaps "/it/sitemap.xml" and "/en/sitemap.xml" but in both of them the root node url is "https://www.mydomain.com/" and I'd like to have respectively "https://www.mydomain.com/it" and "https://www.mydomain.com/en".
Is there a way to achieve this behaviour?
Thanks for the kind words. Currently not but hopefully next week it is (pre release version 2.9). Will render the sitemap the same way I do Lang Href so main language and then all other languages.
Hope this helps,
I'm getting a 404 error on my sitemap when I got to /nl/sitemap.xml or /us/sitemap.xml.
My GB sitemap works which is on /sitemap.xml
Hi Paul depends a bit on the structure. For now SEOChecker assumes you will have all languages configured on the content rootnode of the language.
So we have v8 multilingual variants. The hostnames are:
Is there anyway to work around this?
This is the one of the last parts of Multi lingual that needs to be done for SEOChecker. It requires a rewrite where an index is generated first when Multilingual is enabled on a node. And then change the current behaviour to support that for each individual node as well. No quick work around I am affraid.
Richard -- turns out the 404 issue is nothing to do with SEO Checker, and was an issue with our Culture and Hostname settings.
However, there is still an issue with Sitemaps, but I'll start a new thread for that.
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