Ok, yea, it is nice if you already have a native WordPress mobile responsive theme built-in stock (similar this or tons of others out there). Sure. However, some folks do not have a native mobile responsive theme and only have a standard theme. They may not be able or willing to go to a fully mobile responsive theme for a variety of valid reasons. So, here are some solutions to checkout if you find yourself in that category (i.e. you have a standard WordPress theme) and would like to look into some WordPress mobile responsive plugins & solutions. These solutions will allow your site to be reasonably mobile friendly in somewhat quick time without too much hassle.
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Ok, I understand. It is frustrating. Don’t worry, hopefully this will help you solve the problem to date to get your WordPress XML sitemap errors fixed & back up. Whether you are running on a WordPress multisite or single installation, having your XML sitemap disappear apparently “out of the blue” can happen.
This is a “Quick Tips” post. Here are some sources for website images and some tips. First off, here are some packed/condensed quick tips: By the way, a “Quick Tips” post seeks to give you information fast so that you can get something useful from them fast that is actionable (without have having to read a lot of stuff). It attempts not to post too much information so as to avoid “information overload” (thereby many time invoking inaction vs.