How adding an ability to output the report to another file type like, to a .TXT file the complete report rather than just the XML data for submission.
What purpose would the TXT file have? Can you tell me how you would be using the .TXT file? The XML file is created because that is what search engines need to parse your sitemap.
You can even create xml files which include pages, images and videos to submit to Google now.
Google now includes images in their site maps.
I am talking about image content that is on the pages that are included in the site map.
Here is the link to the Google page on this.
http://www.google.com/support/webmaster … wer=178636
Keep up the great work.
I can't run Sitemapper on my latest ride running windows 7
Have you tried setting the Compatibility to Run as Administrator? If not, give that a shot as that usually is what fixes issues with 64 bit and windows 7.
If you're not sure how to do this then just go to the location of the shortcut that runs the program (any program you may have issues with really).
Right click the shortcut, go to Properties at the bottom of that menu that opens.
In properties go to the Compatibility tab.
At the very bottom of that tab is a check box for Run as Administrator. Check that box and close the properties window and try running it again and let us know if that fixes it
This is a windows Vista/7 and 64 bit issue that some people have and some don't, and it's not something wrong with CC products, it's an idiosyncrasy of Windows that they added to Vista and 7 which just causes problems for people running software. Nothing more you can do but what is suggested above. Nothing that CC can/will need to fix, just do the above and you should be fine.
it's an idiosyncrasy of Windows that they added to Vista and 7 which just causes problems for people running software.
Windows is an idiosyncrasy
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