Should I post a custom sitemap for Baidu?

I am working on a multilingual website that contains Chinese as a supported language. I have a sitemap that contains links to all pages of the site.

My question is: Should I provide the Baidu-Bot with another version of the sitemap that only contains links to Chinese content? I ask specifically because I read somewhere that Baidu is only targeting Chinese content.

Your help is very welcome.

Only the homepage will be displayed in the sitemap

Just to clarify what I mean, there is probably a NULL legitimate reason that the code on this site is much more than:









Purever






Why do you choose Purever?

As the name implies, Purever offers comprehensive and hygienic water storage solutions. Purever is the largest manufacturer of stainless steel water tanks with tons of quality materials. From residential buildings to commercial and custom stainless steel water tanks, Purever specializes in all aspects of stainless steel water tanks construction, installation and maintenance. For the safety of the intact water and the maintenance of the temperature, each stainless steel water tank is provided with a double protective layer. Each construction step carefully monitors every single stainless steel water tank to ensure a long and lasting performance in any weather. When installing these water tanks, only stainless steel fittings are used.

30 years experience

For the last 30 years, Purever has won exceptional personalities. Purever's stainless steel water tanks are one of the most recognized and respected manufacturers of domestic and commercial tanks worldwide.

Life utilities

We have provided products and services that take all aspects of life into account. We understand "goodness" as our business philosophy, that through what we do, we help create a better world.

health and safety

Standardization of security policies, procedures & amp; Reporting, ensuring compliance with health and safety regulations, safety training and providing adequate resources for a successful safety culture and successful program.

sustainability

We believe that our steel products are integral to a sustainable consumer society and we are very proud of that. We are constantly redesigning the future of stainless steel and special steel to the benefit of our customers

Tank used

Use of plastic & amp; Concrete water tanks for water storage are very unsafe because they lead to many health hazards. Pure stainless steel water tank is the answer to all these contaminants and contaminated water tanks. When using stainless steel water tanks, the differences in water quality become apparent. To protect the freshness of the water, the stainless steel water tanks are very carefully formed with sealed inlet and outlet ports to prevent the growth of bacteria in the tank. Purever's stainless steel water tanks are hygienically qualified to withstand all weather conditions and maintain water quality.

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Optimized water solution

Stainless steel water tank 2000 liters

Stainless steel Purever water tanks provide 100% safe and secure water storage solutions and are more reliable than plastic and concrete water tanks. The stainless steel water tank is capable of coping with the complexity that other materials can not manage. The maintenance-free water tank made of stainless steel is not only economical, but also cost-effective by Purever.

Code (markup):

Apart from the broken "frame" idiocy – edit – THEY was saddled up. 9,500 markups, loading 21,000 – and scripttardery generates over 40,000, not even counting the size of the external scripts. The ONLY thing that even justifies the use of JavaScript is the smooth scrolling and slideshow, and any decent slideshow script should really not need more HTML than what I've just provided.

Even though I've once again seriously thought about making the huge silly slideshow that does not even fit the aspect ratio of most screens, instead I focus on placing CONTENT there, which reflects what the visitor can actually rely on – like learning about products and contact you. (instead of hiding the contact behind the nothing or under the fold)

If the site had been created this way, sitemap creators, search engines, and other non-visual UA (such as screen readers and braille readers) would be NULL if they were to move through that page. It would also load faster and use the caching of models with similar styles across pages, because we can move ALL presentation nonsense out of the markup into the style sheet where it belongs.

… even though you've just posted that it's not your website, would you like to see the kids gloves taken off and let me tell you what I REALLY think about the codebase?

Why do we have to add the sitemap link in our robots.txt file?

In this article, I'll try to explain the need to add a sitemap link in the robots.txt file. I do it for the sake of hope that it might be useful to the readers of this article so they do not waste too much time looking for useful reading.
What is a Sitemap?

Sitemap is a file that contains a list of URLs on our website where the URLs can be searched and indexed by the search engine (eg Google Search). In most cases it is intended that they will only be consumed by a search engine, so they do not have to be people friendly. but only naked link list. Normally, a sitemap file has the extension .xml, but it is also possible to use another extension like .html or .txt from Google.
For optimization purposes, the sitemap file is usually stored in the root directory. For example, at hxxp: //www.example.com/sitemap.xml. It may seem like an unimportant thing, but we could think of how to put it in the root of the crawl sitemap file (for example, hxxp: //www.example.com/sitemap.xml) and in a specific folder ( eg hxxp: //) runs faster. www.example.com/folder/../sitemap.xml). The faster way to crawl is likely to be when we save our sitemap file at the root of our website.
What is robots.txt?

Robots.txt is a text file that otherwise exists in the root of a Web site. In most cases this is the first target that is searched by a search engine robot, i. H. Googlebot. The file "Robots.txt" contains information on which folder and / or file the search engine crawler (ie Googlebot) allows to crawl.
Benefits of adding a sitemap file to the robots.text file

Transferring the sitemap to the search engine is usually a simple task. But in unusual conditions, if we can not send our Sitemap to a search engine for a reason, because the native language of the search engine is different from ours and it does not provide a translator or a different language version. Help the search engine crawler to open the sitemap file to find our website. Please read the file robots.txt. Another reason why we need to add the link to the sitemap file in the robots.txt file is that you give an unknown crawler (if any) an instruction for the existence of our sitemap file to make it our sitemap file Manual indexing can be self-indexing without necessity.
So this is the end of this article. I hope it is useful for you to improve the visibility of your website for the future visitor, and I do not forget to ask your forgiveness if there are many mistakes made by me in this article. Goodbye and good luck with your website!

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What URL can I submit to the Google Search Console as a Sitemap for a Blogger blog?

In many articles, I have found that I can submit the blog of my Blogger blog by submitting atom.xml? redirect = false & start-index = 1 & max-results = 500
as my sitemap url. When I did this, I got a URL error stating that it could not be retrieved.

I also tried it example.com/sitemap.xml, None of it works. And the old search panel indicates that this is pending.

Now, Google automatically indexes part of my page randomly. So I have to manually enter all pages in the URL check and see if they are indexed and request the index. It takes so much time. It will be very helpful if I can use a sitemap.

Submit the Blogger Blog's Sitemap to the Google Search Console

In many articles, I have found that I can submit the blog of my Blogger blog by submitting

"atom.xml? redirect = false & start-index = 1 & max-results = 500"

as my sitemap url. When I did this, I got a URL error stating that it could not be retrieved.
I also tried myblogaddress / sitemap.xml.
None of it works.
And the old search panel indicates that this is pending.
Now, Google automatically indexes part of my page randomly. So I have to manually enter all pages in the URL check and see if they are indexed and request the index.
It takes so much time. It will be very helpful if I can use a sitemap.

Google Webmaster Tools Bugs: The Sitemap contains URLs provided by robots.txt | be blocked Proxies-free

Hello man
You are OK? I hope you are well.
I am in dire straits and have a bit of problems. I have a simple robots.txt file like this:

User Agent: *
Do not allow:

Sitemap: http://x.com/post-sitemap.xml
Sitemap: http://x.com/series-sitemap.xml
Sitemap: http://x.com/movies-sitemap.xml
Sitemap: http://x.com/genre-sitemap.xml
Sitemap: http://x.com/genreseries-sitemap.xml
Sitemap: http://x.com/category-sitemap.xml
Sitemap: http://x.com/post_tag-sitemap.xml
Sitemap: http://x.com/tagz-sitemap.xml
Sitemap: http://x.com/tagzz-sitemap.xml

The XML Sitemap is created with the SEO plugin by Yoast. I submitted the robots.txt to google webmaster tools. Then I introduced my Sitemap URL. It shows me 768 warnings: Sitemap contains URLs that are blocked by robots.txt.
But the thing is, my robots.txt file has no preferences that cause search engines to crawl to my sitemap.

ftp – How do I upload a Sitemap with a custom URL to my Google Sites site?

I've created a website for an e-portfolio with the new Google Sites. Google sites automatically create a sitemap for you at sites.google.com/yoursite/system/feeds/sitemap, which you can then submit via Google's Search Console. However, I migrated to a custom URL and therefore have no sitemap in that location. Google Sites does not support FTP, and applications like FileZilla can not access it. I've heard that SML Cloud can make up for that, but I would prefer to pay not just $ 5 a month, just sit-ins.

One idea I had is to put my sitemap on a different domain than my site, but I'm not sure if this would work at all or where I could do it. If I have to finish my website and somehow export it to another host to use FTP, then I do not mind doing that.

Is there a way to place a Sitemap on my Google Sites website with a custom domain?

Many Thanks,
Calan Smith

Can your blog be added to the Store Sitemap?


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    I hope some can tell me how to add my blog to the sitemap. I've set up a WordPress installation in a subdirectory blog and have a link to it in the navigation, but realized that the blog is not displayed in the sitemap. If someone could tell me how to include them in the sitemap, I would be very grateful.
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    I do not think it can be. I think you need to register the WordPress part as a separate site in Webmaster Tools. So yoursite.com/blog or blog.yoursite.com, depending on what it is.


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    Ok, I was half right. If your site is a subdomain like blog.yoursite.com, you can add it separately in Webmaster Tools. However, if it's a subdirectory, you can not re-add the Webmaster tool because it already exists. If you're using a third-party tool, such as http://www.web-site-map.com/, to generate your Sitemap, you'll find that the Sitemap contains your blog, so you'll be fine there.


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    Here is a related question. Once my business is set up, I will not change the information there so much. The changing information is included in the blog. However, because FSB does not index the WordPress page, how can we continue to update the sitemap? If the third-party sitemap contains the blog directory, as I mentioned earlier, is that good enough? I assume that the search engines follow the path and find new posts there, without having to create a new sitemap. If we use the yoast plugin on the WordPress site, which generates a constantly updated sitemap, is there a way to separately use or submit this sitemap?

    Many Thanks…


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    @ Outrigger99 – You can submit the Sitemap separately to Google and Bing and submit your FSB Shop Sitemaps separately to both Google and Bing. I send both Blog and FSB to my Google Webmaster Tools and Bing Webmaster Tools.

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    Hello, I understand how to submit a sitemap for FSB. However, since I have a WordPress blog on my website, do I have to submit a separate sitemap for this part as well? I did not look closely at the Google and Bing sitemap sections. Can you submit multiple sitemaps?