I'm working on a medium size web site ~2600 pages. The primary site is mainly php. We've recently added a Wordpress Blog to the same domain & use Yoast Wordpress SEO. We've always used GSiteCrawler to create sitemap.xml. But now Yoast creates a sitemap-index.xml and its four xmls files: post-sitemap.xml, page-sitemap.xml, category-sitemap.xml, post_tag-sitemap.xml.
So now between Yoast & GSiteCrawler, the Blog files are getting listed in sitemaps twice. I'm wondering if there are any negative consequences of this. Or any conflict between having a sitemap.xml and a sitemap-index.xml?
I could easily turn Yoast's XML sitemap feature off. Maybe this is nothing to worry about. Ideas, Suggestions?
Thanks - Scott