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Your Sitemap appears to be an HTML page. Please use a supported sitemap format instead.

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I get this error from Google webmaster central. My sitemap is magickitchen.com/sitemap.xml.

What am I doing wrong? I got the sitemap from web-site-map.com

Thanks~
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The file looks fine to me
Are you sure you put in sitemap.xml and not sitemap.html.
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no, I didn't..but I just tested it again and this time it says no errors. So I guess I'll submit it again to make sure it's taking the right one. Thanks!
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