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I am new to putting my store online and allowing customers to make orders that I can ship to them from my real store! I'm using a website optimizer to help make it easy for my customers to search for things here but, I keep getting this error; Yoast "your sitemap appears to be an HTML page" error. What does this mean?
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This is a common issue among Yoast users. You can read more about the issue here:
Once on your Wordpress dashboard, you should go to your Yoast Plugin -> XML Sitemaps -> Disable XML sitemap functionality and then save the settings. Next, enable the settings and save it again. After you complete those steps, you should be able to resubmit the XML Sitemap.
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