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Home page is not added in ACS commons sitemap

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Hi Friends ,

 I have use ACS commons sitemap to generate sitemap XML. 

Content path  :/content/abc-www/home. When I use http://localhost:5502/content/abc-www/home.sitemap.xml 
or  https://www.abc.com/home.sitemap.xml then " www.abc.com" not get added in sitemap XML.

 

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Can you check if your home page has the “Hide in Nav” flag enabled?

 

The sitemap will contain the current page and all descendent pages, skipping pages which have the “Hide in Nav” flag enabled.

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Can you check if your home page has the “Hide in Nav” flag enabled?

 

The sitemap will contain the current page and all descendent pages, skipping pages which have the “Hide in Nav” flag enabled.

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<loc>https://www.abc.com/home.html</loc> is present in sitemap.xml. but abc-www is node type cq:page without jcr node. Is it possible to add www.abc.com in xml. Is there any way to add after xml creation and before it render. So I can add home page(www.abc.com) entry in XML before render

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I am not sure, if this is possible. you can try creating a page and add alias or vanity path if that work

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Hi @Sanket_Dange  @arunpatidar  ,

I have a similar requirement where I need to display the domain (https://www.mysite.com) in sitemap.xml instead of home page (https://www.mysite.com/index/)

 

<loc>https://www.mysite.com/index/</loc>  --> should be <loc>https://www.mysite.com/</loc> 
 
Tried the following options:
1. In Home page properties added "/" for vanity URL property
2. Added entry in rewrite rules to "/index / "
 
None of these work. Could you suggest how to address this?
 
Thanks,
Bindu