Can the sitemap.xml contain urls only differentiated by a # (hash)?

by webnoob   Last Updated January 28, 2018 19:04 PM

My website is a single page and uses the anchor tags to navigate.

When I generated my sitemap using an online tool, it generated 2 urls:

<url>
  <loc>https://www.myserviceplanner.com/</loc>
  <lastmod>2018-01-27T19:56:44+00:00</lastmod>
  <priority>1.00</priority>
</url>
<url>
  <loc>https://www.myserviceplanner.com/index.html</loc>
  <lastmod>2018-01-27T19:56:44+00:00</lastmod>
  <priority>0.80</priority>
</url>

My question is, should I go through and add in my other pages (links / sections of the page) i.e https://www.myserviceplanner.com/#features-list or will google count that as a dupe because of index.html?



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