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#8279 – Any conflict between 4SEO and OSmap?

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Sunday, 07 November 2021 00:17 UTC
support-jlhwebdesigns-com
I currently use OSMap for my Site Maps.Will this cause a conflict with 4SEO?Is there an option to disable the 'XML sitemap generation' function of 4SEO? I may want to continue using OSMap.
Monday, 08 November 2021 07:58 UTC
wb_weeblr

Hi

Like your other questions: why would you want to keep OSMap if you have another extension that does the same thing or better?

And yes, anything can be disabled in 4SEO.

Best regards

Yannick Gaultier

weeblr.com / @weeblr

 

 
Monday, 08 November 2021 15:39 UTC
support-jlhwebdesigns-com
> Like your other questions: why would you want to keep OSMap if you have another extension that does the same thing or better? I am very satisifed with OSMap -- so I was interested in knowing if it would remain an option after installing 4SEO. Sometimes 'better' comes down to a personal preference. OSMap will create a Site Map for photos in addiiton to a Site Map for articles. I don't yet know if 4SEO does the same. Thank you for the reply.
Monday, 08 November 2021 15:46 UTC
wb_weeblr

Hi

 OSMap will create a Site Map for photos in addiiton to a Site Map for articles. 

Yes, of course. 

Sometimes 'better' comes down to a personal preference

One thing is for sure, you don't want to have 2 extensions if you can only have one. Whether for maintenance work, cost, or just server efficiency, that's just something that should be avoided generally.

Now if an extension does a technically better job at something, or has feature that the other does not, it'd be a reason to keep both. But i that particular case, not quite so.

Best regards

Yannick Gaultier

weeblr.com / @weeblr

 

 
Tuesday, 09 November 2021 01:18 UTC
support-jlhwebdesigns-com
Thank you for the information. You have been very responsive and informative. This ticket can now be closed.
Tuesday, 09 November 2021 08:17 UTC
wb_weeblr

Hi

You're welcome! Closing this ticket now, feel free to open a new one as needed. If you do so, please mention this ticket number in the new one.

4SEO is our new, modern, all-in-one SEO extension for Joomla 3 and 4. It automatically handles most of today's SEO work: meta data, structured data, sitemaps, content replacement and more!

Best regards

Yannick Gaultier

weeblr.com / @weeblr

 

 
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