000Webhost sitemaps won't accept on Google Console ?

Jun 29th, 2020
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  1. 000Webhost sitemaps won't accept on Google Console ?
  2. Has anyone created a site on 000webhost recently ? I made a site a site recently to host a couple things for me, and it appears that Google will not accept any sitemap from my site. I have tried different sitemap plugins for it and even created my own sitemap and uploaded it to the server still nothing. The sitemap checks out as ok but it just won't accept it. Anyone else experienced this on a 000webhost that was made recently? And what on the hosting server side of things might prevent a sitemap from being read by google upon submitting ?
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  14. What settings in your hosting server, could prevent a sitemap from being accepted by Google Search Console ? There is definitely something odd about them that is off Iv concluded.
  15. Still having this issue with 000webhost sites. Are there any settings in my hosting that could somehow prevent sitemaps from being accepted by google ? This is definitely a problem with 000webhost.
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