This plugin will generate a special XML sitemap which will
help search engines like Google, Bing, Yahoo and Ask.com to better index your
blog. With such a sitemap, it's much easier for the crawlers to see the complete
structure of your site and retrieve it more efficiently. The plugin supports all
kinds of WordPress generated pages as well as custom URLs. Additionally it
notifies all major search engines every time you create a post about the new
This plugin creates a standard sitemap for your WordPress
powered site. This is not just another XML sitemap plugin, but rather a true
sitemap generator which is highly customizable from its own options page in the
WordPress admin panel. Some of its features include: support for multi-level
categories and pages, category/page exclusion, multiple-page generation with
navigation, permalink support, choose what to display, what order to list items
in, show comment counts and/or post dates, and much more.
Simply add the following line to a WordPress page (where you would like the
sitemap to display):
This simple plugin adds an HTML (Not XML) sitemap of your blog pages (not
posts) by entering the shortcode [html-sitemap] in the page content. This simple
plugin is configured from the shortcode. Settings include the sort_column,
sort_order, exclude, include, depth, child_of, meta_key, meta_value, authors,
number, and offset. You can set essentially everything you can set in the
A sitemap plugin to make it easier for your site to show all your pages,
posts, archives, categories and tags in an easy to read format without any need
for template modification or html/php knowledge.
Order the output anyway you want with the use of the shortcode.
Order the output of the Pages, Posts, Custom Post Types, Archives,
Categories and Tags.
Show/hide Pages, Posts, Custom Post Types, Archives, Categories and
Optionally show categories and/or tags as a bullet list, or as a tag
Exclude Pages, Posts, Custom Post Types, Categories and Tags IDs.
Limit the amount of posts, custom post types, archives, categories and tags
Change the archive type from the WordPress default.
Show/hide Categories and Tags which have no posts associated to them.
Show/hide how many posts are in each Archive, Category or Tag.
Optionally name the sections different from the default of Pages, Posts,
Archives, Categories and Tags.