One of the things I love most about Yoast is the simplicity of the setup. In this first image, if you already have Yoast installed and activated, you will first click on XML Sitemaps under the Yoast SEO dashboard. Then, if not turned on by default, enable the XML sitemap functionality. Once you have enabled the functionality. Click Save.



On the next page we will generate a sitemap.



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amgolf Premium
Good to read, What is the Yoast SEO or set up sitemap?
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JewelCarol Premium
Great training, Kathy, keep it up. :)
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BrianFord Premium
Thank's for your post!!
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janmar Premium
I followed your steps and it went to my website and said, Nothing Found!
What does that mean??
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startouched Premium
Are you getting a 404 error? What exactly does the external webpage say?
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startouched Premium
Try this:
To correct the issue...

1. Go to WordPress Dashboard >> SEO >> XML Sitemap

2. Uncheck the "Check this box to enable XML sitemap functionality" box

3. Click "Save Settings"

4. Check the "Check this box to enable XML sitemap functionality" box again

5. Click "Save Settings"

6. Click the "You can find your XML Sitemap here:" button.
Hopefully, your sitemap will appear in a new tab without the 404 page not found error

Seems like you have to reset the XML Sitemap. Hope this helps.
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Ivine Premium
Hi, excellent training. Irv.
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startouched Premium
Thank you, Irv!! My very first one!!
-Kathy
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