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Exclude zone from sitemap

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Anyone know how to exclude a zone from appearing on the sitemap. I read that prefacing page names with (_) or maybe _, excludes that page from the sitemap (though neither work on pages in my install). The zone in question allows guest access to the start page only, but is not public in the open sense of the word. The people who view it will have followed a link and I do not want this zone announcing.
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Okay, the underscore thing does work on pages. Manages to remove the actual start page from the sitemap by renamaming it start. However, the Zone name is still on the sitemap. Would be nice if there was eventually a way to remove everything from sitemap at zone level, but if there is just a way to remove the zone name that would be good enough for now.
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The assumption is that anyone wanting this level of control will make their own sitemap. The sitemap block is just a default to get people started, or for people who don't need to customise it.

v10 is going to have more configuration on this, as all the sitemap stuff has been rewritten.


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