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  • Thank you for this. But how can I avoid this to happen again? I have been using Redis caching since long but never faced this issue. Do I have stop using this caching?

    If not, how can I avoid rankmath indexing API addon to conflict with the Redis caching>

    Thank you.

    Hello,

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

    Thank you.

    In reply to: Sitemap not working

    Yes. The solution worked.

    Thank you. 🙂

    In reply to: Sitemap not working

    Hello,

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

    Thank you.

    In reply to: Sitemap not working

    Just for the record,

    I have already tried following things –

    1. Flushing the permalink setting by clicking ‘save’ repeatedly.
    2. Tried disabling and enabling the sitemap option from the RankMath Dashboard.
    3. As per this-

    Delete Sitemap (URL)


    Tried looking for cache file under wp-content\plugins\seo-by-rank-math\sitemap-cache but didn’t find any such file there.

    I am also sharing my login credentials under the sensitive data area for you to look at this issue closely.

    Thank you.

    Yes. Now it’s working. Thank you.

    Hello Pratik,

    Oh! This may be a reason but let me explain how I thought it should work…

    These are parent categories which have multiple other sub-categories and a lot of posts associated with those sub-categories. So, practially if you open that parent category acrhive page, you will find all the posts shown there from all their subcategories… and hence logically these category shouldn’t be considered ’empty’

    But technically, since I haven’t associated any of posts directly to that parent category, it is considering it as empty… but who actually does that practically?

    I mean, if I run a digital review site and there is category called “Phone” and there are sub-categories like “iphone”, “Android”, “Windows” of the category “phone”

    Now, if I write a new review on iPhone X, I am going to select the subcategory “iPhone” only. Right? …not the category ‘Phone” as well…

    But based on current setting, the parent category ‘phone’ will be considered as “empty” and hence my indexing setting won’t work.

    In short, the “Noindex Empty Category and Tag Archives” option should consider a parent category ‘non-empty” if the subcategories already have multiple posts.. this is how any SEO plugin works…

    Let me know if you still didn’t get it or not agree to this… and I am looking forward to a related update to this.

    Thank you.

    PS: I have also replied the same in the Facebook group as well to your response.

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