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Tips & Tricks – create sitemap automatically

To create automatically an updated site map (or sitemap) of your website I suggest you to use the

Sitemaps Generator


Create your Google Sitemap Online – XML Sitemaps Generator

Services:

  • Free Online Generator (Maximum 500 pages)
  • Unlimited Generator (No limits)
  • Online PRO Service

To use the online Free Service, you need to enter some simple details:

  1. the full http address for your site
  2. change frequency
  3. last modification (if you don’t know use “Use server’s response”)
  4. priority (if you don’t know use “Automatically Calculated Priority”)

Then Start. Maximum 500 pages will be indexed in sitemap.

With the Free service, after process, you can download the following formats:

  • un-compressed XML (.xml)
  • compressed XML (.xml.gz)
  • HTML (.html)
  • in Text Format (urllist.txt)
  • ROR (ror.xml)

With the Payment Services you can generate any kind of Sitemap you require:

  • XML
  • HTML
  • Images
  • Video
  • News
  • Text formatted
  • Mobile

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Google Drive – “There is a problem with this website’s security certificate.”

After Google Drive installation when you try to Sign in to Google Drive the popup shows the following error message:

Sign in to Google Drive

There is a problem with this website’s security certificate.

Security certificate problems may indicate an attempt to fool you or intercept any data you send to server.

We recommend that you close this webpage and do not continue to this website.
• Click here to close this webpage.
• Contiue to this website (not recommended).
• More information

Solution:
Right-click inside the popup, Properties, from Address (URL) line select the link until the end starting from
https://accounts.google.com/ServiceLoginAuth…
copy, open an IE window and paste the address.
If the page doesn’t open then add the website in the Trusted Sites Zone:
Open Windows Internet Explorer, go to
Tools (Alt+X) -> Internet Options -> Security -> Trusted sites -> Sites
write

https://accounts.google.com/

in Add this website to the zone, Add, check Require server verification (https:) for all sites in this zone then Close.

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