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XML Sitemap Best Practice for Multilingual Websites – Should I list my URLs in any language or is it sufficient to use rel = "alternate" + hreflang?

I am working on the sitemaps of a multilingual website and have doubts about the best way to refer to each language version of a page.

For a bit of background, the site points to around 20,000 places with community commentary and descriptions. The website is available in 5 languages ​​(website.com/fr; website.com/it …)

Currently, my sitemap only refers to English pages and in the sitemap on every page I have specified for any language (as well as English) as recommended by Google.

In the Google search console, about 75% of the pages with valid coverage are described as "indexed, not submitted to the sitemap", so I think the alternative link with the "hreflang" attribute is not enough to display the page for " to "Google" to index it.

Do I have to list and use the pages in all 5 languages ​​in my sitemap? at every link?

Dynamic pages and SEO friendly URL in the sitemap

I have a C #-created website that contains some dynamic pages. And I've recently added code to allow the use of SEO-friendly URLs.

For example, I have a page: "/products.aspx?itID=1" and you can also access it with "/ Product-Name".

My question is whether to include the SEO friendly URL in my sitemap instead of the actual URL. I think the answer is yes, but I am very new to this area and would be very happy to receive confirmation from someone with more experience.

Thanks.

SEO – Google could not retrieve the sitemap

Sitemaps are a necessary part of our web work. And we need them to love Google more. But for about a month, I can not submit sitemaps to the Google search console.

I've used https://technicalseo.com/tools/fetch-render/ to validate and successfully pass. I used the sitemap validator and this one did not show any errors. It seems that something from the search console has to be wrong.

Yesterday I started another site and used the same WordPress plugin to generate the sitemap. Then I used the same Gmail ID to sign in to the search console and tried to add a property, and this time it worked.

If I submit a new Sitemap that could not be retrieved, and I try to resubmit an existing Sitemap, it succeeds, but the last reading date is 6 months ago, so I assume that it will not work.

What are possible solutions. The live test says it can not retrieve because it is not an index. I think there is nothing wrong with keeping sitemaps without an index, as sitemaps should not be displayed in the search. Infact my second domain also got sitemaps with noindex

I use WordPress PHP 7.3 and HTTP / 2

My sitemap URL is https://milyin.com/sitemap.xml

My HTTP headers are:

HTTP/2 200 
server: nginx
date: Thu, 22 Aug 2019 12:23:21 GMT
content-type: text/xml; charset=UTF-8
vary: Accept-Encoding
x-robots-tag: noindex, follow
link: ; rel="https://api.w.org/"
last-modified: Wed, 21 Aug 2019 14:03:48 GMT
etag: W/"59184deaadc3de11f553f5a8fbaac7f0"
x-httpd: 1
x-robots-tag: index, follow
host-header: 192fc2e7e50945beb8231a492d6a8024
x-proxy-cache: MISS
content-encoding: gzip

SEO – How do I change the structure of my URLs along with the sitemap for a live site?

I change the URL of my website to improve the SEO. The current sitemap contains URLs like these:

mysite/browse/1    /* 1 is the ID for fashion */
mysite/browse/2    /* 2 is the ID for real estate */

Now I changed the URLs to the following format:

mysite/browse/fashion
mysite/browse/real-estate

I have the code ready for publication along with the new sitemap. When I release the new code, the old URLs are no longer valid, ie: mysite/browse/2 would return "404 – page not found".

I think I need to share the code and send the new sitemap to Google Search Console. However, I think it would take some time for Google to crawl the new sitemap. During this time, all my old URLs in the search result returned the error "404 – page not found".

How can I mitigate this situation?