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I understand that XML Sitemap module is the near-standard way to create a sitemap for a Drupal site.

The Readme file isn't clear to me about how to create a sitemap.

  • Install as you would normally install a contributed Drupal module. Visit https://www.drupal.org/node/1897420 for further information.

  • Once XML Sitemap is installed and enabled, you can adjust the settings for your site's sitemap at admin/config/search/xmlsitemap. Your can view your site's sitemap at http://yoursite.com/sitemap.xml.

  • It is highly recommended that you have clean URLs enabled for this module.

Okay but what should I do in actuality?

What I have tried to get it work

I went to admin/config/search/xmlsitemap/entities/settings and check-marked the entities I want to create a sitemap by and saved the page.

I then went to /admin/config/search/xmlsitemap/rebuild and had an option Select which link types you would like to rebuild but the list container is empty (i.e. there is nothing to select).

When navigating to https://yoursite.com/sitemap.xml I get only one row with http://default/he. This also happens after I rebuild the map.

My question

How to create a sitemap with XML sitemap module?

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  • In what way is the module not working? Is there not a response at /sitemap.xml.
    – cilefen
    Sep 22 at 23:40
  • XML Sitemap is not the "standard" for Drupal 8+. For the week of September 11, 2022, it has 43,906 installs for 8+, while Simple XML Sitemap module has 87,605 installs, making it twice as popular. Sep 22 at 23:46
  • They said “near-standard”.
    – cilefen
    Sep 22 at 23:52
  • @cilefen it is not working in the sense that when navigating to yoursite.com/sitemap.xml I get only one row with http://default/he. This also happens after I rebuild the map.
    – Kalmax
    Sep 23 at 0:25
  • Question edited to indicate what I have tried exactly.
    – Kalmax
    Sep 23 at 0:27

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