Scott Swedorski wrote:
Eric English wrote:
Regarding Jo Ann's concern about it picking up things that used to be there and are now not. It is doing the same thing to me on my regular website. I just updated the whole site and the sitemap keeps coming up with the old websites information even though i completely deleted the old site.
Look at your sitemap and backtrack the links. For the page to be listed in Sitemapper, it must have found a link to one of these pages someplace on your Website.
I have been updating my entire site and ran across many ghost urls in my updated sitemaps.
I used the CoffeeCup HTML editor and searched my site for 'ghosturl.html'. The results let me go to whichever pages contained the ghost url and edit or remove the renegade link.
Question: I just ran the new sitemapper, but it stopped indexing at 2500 even though there were almost 900 urls in queue and was still finding new urls. (there are 40,000 content pages online) Is there a way to keep indexing beyond 2500 pages?
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