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Use it for the sitemap conforming to the sitemaps.org specification.

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The XML Sitemap doesn't support creating multiple arbitrary sitemaps (e.g. a sitemap with only content type X) . What it does support is different contexts in which it makes sense to have a isolated c …
answered Sep 23 '15 by Shawn Conn
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You seem to be asking 2 things. The default inclusion status for nodes is set on the node type's edit page (admin/structure/types/manage/MYTYPE). The XMLSiteMap settings are stored as xmlsitemap_set …
answered Jul 22 '16 by Shawn Conn
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No, or at least not, with XML Sitemap & Views module. There is no Views integration with the XML Sitemap module. Given how both these modules work (a view being defined by base table & XML sitemap try …
answered May 25 '15 by Shawn Conn
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You'll need to bootstrap the Drupal environment in your PHP script to do this. There are many ways to do this, probably the easiest is Drush's php-script command: drush php-script my_custom_script.ph …
answered Oct 18 '16 by Shawn Conn
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This could either happen because it's node/add/article is included within a menu that's indexed by XML Sitemap or a custom path that was added. In either case, a drush command can update the path fl …
answered Sep 3 '16 by Shawn Conn
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The XML Sitemap module doesn't rebuild sitemaps on every node save/load; also, it's not cached like other artifacts in Drupal. The module tracks XML Sitemap links and they are added/removed upon cro …
answered May 14 by Shawn Conn