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adjusted date-format in sitemap #6053

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meyer-sven commented Apr 27, 2017

According to the linked specification https://www.sitemaps.org/protocol.html the date-format is https://www.w3.org/TR/NOTE-datetime, e. g. "2017-04-27". The current sitemap produces dates like "2017-April-27" and fails the Google test for sitemaps in the Google Search Console.

adjusted date-format in sitemap
According to the linked specification https://www.sitemaps.org/protocol.html the date-format is https://www.w3.org/TR/NOTE-datetime, e. g. "2017-04-27". The current sitemap produces dates like "2017-April-27" and fails the Google test for sitemaps in the Google Search Console.
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I wonder if it would be wise to suggest jekyll-sitemap and jekyll-feed on this page as well.

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pathawks commented Apr 27, 2017

@jekyllbot jekyllbot self-assigned this Apr 27, 2017

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Thanks @meyer-sven for helping improving the docs!
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@jekyllbot: merge +docs

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Thanks @meyer-sven for helping improving the docs!
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@jekyllbot: merge +docs

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@pathawks Both plugins are mentioned at the end of each section.

You can also auto-generate your sitemap by adding a gem called jekyll-sitemap. This gem will also work on GitHub Pages.

You can also auto-generate your posts feed by adding a gem called jekyll-feed. This gem will also work on GitHub Pages.

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DirtyF commented Apr 27, 2017

@pathawks Both plugins are mentioned at the end of each section.

You can also auto-generate your sitemap by adding a gem called jekyll-sitemap. This gem will also work on GitHub Pages.

You can also auto-generate your posts feed by adding a gem called jekyll-feed. This gem will also work on GitHub Pages.

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I wonder if it would be better to make that more prominent?
The vast majority of users would be better off not writing their own XML templates.

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pathawks commented Apr 27, 2017

I wonder if it would be better to make that more prominent?
The vast majority of users would be better off not writing their own XML templates.

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@pathawks if you ask me official plugins should be the default way of pointing new users to getting a feed and a sitemap with Jekyll, and then you mention you can also create custom templates if you need more advanced options.

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DirtyF commented Apr 27, 2017

@pathawks if you ask me official plugins should be the default way of pointing new users to getting a feed and a sitemap with Jekyll, and then you mention you can also create custom templates if you need more advanced options.

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