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A sitemap is a list of pages present on your website which you can submit to the search engines. This list serves as a guide for the search engines for better understanding the structure of your website, and ultimately — for easier SEO.

Accessing the sitemap

We generate the sitemap automatically. To access it, simply add /sitemap.xml to your domain name. For example:

The sitemap is being updated according to the newly added/ deleted pages on the site. To make sure that the sitemap contains all the updated info, publish the site each time you make changes on it.

Tip: to submit the sitemap to Google Search Console, check out Google's guides here. To add you site to Google Search Console, see the article Adding your site to the Google Search Console.

"Sitemap can be read, but has errors" in Google Search Console

Sometimes you may see the following error after submitting your sitemap in Google Search Console:

This error occurs if you have specified a canonical link that differs from the actual page address. For example, if your home page URL is https: //, and the canonical link you specified in the SEO settings is, you should replace it with https: // More on how to access the change the canonical link — in our article Adding a canonical link.
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