If you connect multiple Webflow projects to a single domain using reverse proxy, you’ve probably had some SEO challenges with the automatically generated sitemap.xml address Webflow creates within your robots.txt file. If that sounds familiar, we have good news.
Today we’re shipping a small (but mighty) update for Enterprise customers that lets you remove the automatically generated sitemap.xml address within your robots.txt file and input your own. This makes it much smoother to connect multiple projects on a single domain with reverse proxy and ensure search engines understand they’re part of the same domain.
To remove the default sitemap.xml address and input your own:
And that’s it! If you have any questions or need help, feel free to get in touch with your account manager for more information.
Enterprise customers can now customize the default domain of their sitemap.xml address to improve search engine indexing when connecting multiple sites via reverse proxy.