To find the sitemap.xml path on a website, you can follow these steps:
If the website does not have a sitemap.xml file, you may receive a 404 error or be redirected to a different page. In this case, the website may not have a sitemap.xml file, or it may be located in a different directory. In such a case, you can try searching for the sitemap.xml file by using the website's search function or contacting the website's administrator for more information.
The sitemap.xml file is typically located in the root directory of a website. You can find it by adding "/sitemap.xml" to the end of the website's URL in your browser's address bar.
For example, if the website's URL is "example.com", you would type "example.com/sitemap.xml" into your browser's address bar.
If the sitemap.xml file is not located in the root directory, it may be linked from the robots.txt file. You can find the robots.txt file by adding "/robots.txt" to the end of the website's URL in your browser's address bar.
For example, if the website's URL is "example.com", you would type "example.com/robots.txt" into your browser's address bar. Once you have accessed the robots.txt file, look for a line that begins with "Sitemap:". This line should contain the URL for the sitemap.xml file.