All posts are not included in the site map.

  • There are more than 100 posts created, but they are not all displayed in the Site Map.
    For your information, none of the other plug-ins are in use.
    The rank mass plug-in version is 1.0.55.

    When you modify the number of links per site map, all posts are recognized. It’s only temporary.
    When a new post is created, you need to modify the number of links per site map.

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  • Hello,

    Thank you for contacting the support, and sorry for any inconvenience that might have been caused due to that.

    We actually released a new version of Rank Math. For your reference, the latest version of Rank Math Free is v1.0.56.1. You may check our changelog here:

    This looks like this is just a caching issue. Make sure to exclude the Sitemap URLs from being cached and here is a guide we have on the topic:

    Hope that helps and please do not hesitate to let us know if you need our assistance with anything else.

    Do I have to install the caching plug-in unconditionally?
    If I set it not to be cached, will the latest URL be automatically registered on the site map?


    You don’t have to install a caching plugin, and if you have a caching plugin, you will need to exclude the sitemap URLs to avoid being cached. Rank Math is generating the sitemap, the exclusion of the URL from your caching plugin would allow Google to re-index and re-crawl your site.

    I hope this resolves your issue.

    This problem occurs even though I do not use the caching plug-in.
    I only use Rankmath plug-in.
    Nevertheless, the post created is not registered in the site map in real time.


    Can you please share your website URL so we can check it ourselves?

    Furthermore, we might also need to check your admin settings and find what’s causing your issue. Please edit the first post on this ticket and include your WordPress & FTP logins in the designated Sensitive Data section.
    Sensitive Data Section

    It is completely secure and only our support staff has access to that section. If you want, you can use the below plugin to generate a temporary login URL to your website and share that with us instead:

    You can use the above plugin in conjunction with the WP Security Audit Log to monitor what changes our staff might make on your website (if any):

    We really look forward to helping you.


    I have updated the sensitive data as requested. Can you please check further?

    Thank you.


    Thank you for that additional information.

    The common reasons for a post not appearing in the sitemap are sometimes caused by the following:

    1. Post is set to no-index in Rank math > Titles & Meta or individually.

    2. The sitemap being cached on your site locally or at the server-level. For this head over to
    WordPress Dashboard > Settings > Permalinks and hit the save button once.
    Go to WordPress Dashboard > Rank Math > Sitemap Settings and hit the save button once.

    3. The canonical URL of the post is set manually in the advanced tab.

    I hope that helps. Thank you, and please don’t hesitate to contact us if you need further assistance.

    Does the conclusion mean that you have to press the save button manually every time?


    Thank you for following up.

    The #2 process is for flushing your sitemaps if they are being cached. You may need to follow the steps in this link to exclude them in your plugin or server-level caching:

    To ensure the post is included in your sitemap, it should be marked as index and the Canonical URL is not set manually.
    Index Canonical URL

    I hope that helps. Thank you, and looking forward to helping you.

    That’s right. I set up the Canonical URL manually.

    Is it impossible to update automatically if I set it manually?


    Rank math adds self canonical URLs automatically if your page is set to index. Adding a canonical URL manually is usually understood to imply that the page is duplicate or has duplicate content and is therefore not meant to be indexed.

    Is there a reason as to why you have defined the canonical manually?

    Looking forward to assisting you.

    Thank you

    I write postings with programs from multiple domains.
    I thought the standard URL would not be applied unless you manually create it.
    If you manually create a standard url, doesn’t Google index it?


    Thank you for following up.

    Google will still index the posts/pages that you have manually set up the Canonical URL. However, they will not be included in the sitemap.

    In this case, since you wanted them to be included in your sitemap, no need to manually add a Canonical URL as they are not duplicate content from your website, and you’re writing for multiple domains.

    I hope that helps. Thank you, and please don’t hesitate to contact us if you need further assistance.


    Since we did not hear back from you for 15 days, we are assuming that you found the solution. We are closing this support ticket.

    If you still need assistance or any other help, please feel free to open a new support ticket, and we will be more than happy to assist.

    Thank you.

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