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Skip any upgrades and get a fresh Sitefinity 10.x license. You’d spend way too much doing a multiple-upgrade path, plus all the troubleshooting along the way. Instead, just budget for a fresh Sitefinity license, porting over any existing content/digital assets, and DNS updates.
It’s cheaper, and easier, to install a fresh 10. We upgraded a website through version 4.4 to 8. Around version 6 the site broke to the point of a partial rebuild!
If the widget’s missing entirely, you should try republishing the entire Sitefinity website from Visual Studio. If it still doesn’t appear, chances are you have a database error. You could contact Progress Support or a Sitefinity developer. We have Sitefinity developers on staff if you’d like to reach out directly: email@example.com.
No, I have not heard of any such integration. But they do have an API available…it’s certainly possible.
I take this to mean you’re curious about creating a sitemap within Sitefinity? The function is under the Administration menu, in the Tools section, for Sitefinity v8 and up. You’ll see a “Sitemap” link there. It will generate a full XML sitemap for you, usable with search engines.
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