antoinesolutions at gmail.com
Thu Jan 13 16:25:01 UTC 2011
My apologies for the confusion Earnie. Yes, the XML Sitemap is a fantastic
module and includes a sub-module that allows you to define custom URLs. The
issue I ran into is that the XML Sitemap Custom sub-module attempts to
verify all the custom URL paths you enter. This doesn't work very well when
the physical path to the static file from the Drupal root is "../
example.com/test.htm" and your rewrite rules map the "
http://example.com/test.htm" URL to the file. Using the physical path above
with the XML Sitemap Custom module, the URL produced in the sitemap.xml file
is "http://example.com/example.com/test.htm" (adds the full path of the file
to the URL). I am only aware of this issue when you include files from a
directory outside the Drupal root using rewrite rules and want them to
appear at the root of the website.
Again, sorry for the confusion.
On Thu, Jan 13, 2011 at 4:45 AM, Earnie Boyd
<earnie at users.sourceforge.net>wrote:
> Jon Antoine wrote:
> > The only gotchas I have run into is that certain
> > path modules have been created to only handle Drupal paths (i.e. the XML
> > Sitemap module).
> To clear some possible confusion: XML Sitemap module provides a
> sub-module to allow you to add custom URL so that your static pages can
> be added.
> -- http://progw.com
> -- http://www.for-my-kids.com
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