How to fix sitemap date error for open cart website?

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Hi All Friends !! How to fix sitemap date error for open cart website? when we submit sitemap in Webmaster then there is occur Date error issue.
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Re: How to fix sitemap date error for open cart website?
« Reply #1 on: 03-21-2017, 00:53:47 »
Asuming the date is set correctly on your server then you could use phpmyadmin to correct last modified dates on your products to the current date using

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   UPDATE `oc_product` SET date_modified = now()

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Re: How to fix sitemap date error for open cart website?
« Reply #2 on: 03-26-2017, 22:44:20 »
Creating a sitemap of your OpenCart store allows Google and other search engines to crawl more intelligently through the pages of your website. In case your site is linked properly, a map would increase the discoverability of the content of your store.
Login to the Admin panel of your OpenCart store and open the Extensions -> Feeds menu. Install Google Sitemap and enter the Edit Google Sitemap menu. 1.Change the status of the sitemap to enabled and copy the Data Feed URL.
2.Go to Google Webmaster Tools at https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools .
3.Proceed to Crawl->Sitemap menu. This is the menu where you can see the sitemaps of your websites.
4.To add a new one select the ‘Add/Test Sitemap’ button and paste the Data Feed URL, you have copied from OpenCart. Remember to modify the pasted URL, leaving only the path to the sitemap page and removing the domain, as it is already predefined by Google.
5.Click ‘Submit map’ and the process is finished. You can see if the sitemap is correctly created or check if there are any error messages after you refresh the Crawl->Sitemap page ​

 

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