One of the more popular blogging platforms is WordPress, and you probably already know that there are plugins which can greatly enhance the functionality of your blog. If you care anything about letting others know about the information you are sharing on your blog, then you probably already know about Sitemaps and how they help search engines index your site. Google XML Sitemaps is a great plugin that will get your sitemap out there for the search engines to see. Don’t let the fact that Google is in the name fool you, as it’s also effective for Yahoo and Bing. I’ve been using this plugin for sometime, but at some point it stopped updating the sitemap when a new post was made. The only way around it was to do a manual update. The latest stable release of the plugin is 3.2.4 at the time of this writing, but that doesn’t seem to play well with WordPress 3.0.4 and a few releases below that as well. I had been searching for a fix for some time and I finally found one that worked. A little further down the page from the latest stable release, you’ll find the following comment:
“This release is not compatible with the new multisite feature of WordPress 3.0 yet. The plugin will remain inactive as long as this feature is enabled. If you are using this feature, try out the new Beta version which fully supports multisite mode as well as network activation!”
Credit to tylercruz for the fix.
If you currently have 3.2.4 installed, you can’t install the beta without deleting your current plugin. I made a screenshot of the settings beforehand, but it looks like all the settings stayed in there so that was nice. Hopefully someone will find this bit of info useful.