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c11umw

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Hi
I made a couple changes to my site today.
#1 was moving my /videos directory to videos.mydomain.com
#2 was moving my /images directory to images.mydomain.com

I then made the necessary sql changes so that images are called correctly from their new path.
I also set an htaccess 301 redirect for any links out in the web to pull from the new images location.

It all works well.
Until I did a manual Sitemap crawl :(

Both the changes shouldn't cause a problem with the sitemap generator spidering my site, but it no longer gets past 28 pages (it used to list 1000+). It looks like it's doing the static pages, but skipping all my blog entries?

Current sitemap: [external links are visible to admins only] (view in IE)

I have the basic Unlimited version, no video, image or news sitemaps.
Anyone got an idea why this is now broken after the simple image URL changes?

Ta
CW

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Re: Sitemap no longer searching the full site following image URL change.
« Reply #1 on: September 10, 2011, 08:07:41 PM »
Note

Until this is fixed, I've remove it from my cron and switched to a lesser (but working) sitemap generator.

I renamed the iffy sitemap in the post above to: [external links are visible to admins only]

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Re: Sitemap no longer searching the full site following image URL change.
« Reply #2 on: September 11, 2011, 02:33:06 PM »
Hello,

could you please PM me your generator URL and an example URL that is not included in sitemap and how it can be reached starting from homepage?
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