See how sitemap generators function, understand how to utilize them and learn why sitemaps are so essential for the search engines.
A sitemap is a visual or text map of a site - a list of all web pages arranged in sections as they show up on the Internet site. The sitemap is a single file and its presence could have a crucial impact on the popularity of your site, especially when you have more content. It will make it possible for your visitors to go through the webpages and find what they need considerably quicker, which will raise the chance for them to revisit the site or to share it with friends and colleagues. The sitemap is also required for search engines to index your site content better, so that some pages will be in the results for specific searches, which might not happen without a sitemap even when you have the desired website content. This is especially valid when you modify some webpages as the sitemap informs the search engines that they need to crawl this Internet site again to index the latest content. Having a sitemap these days is essential rather than an optional attribute for every profitable website.
SiteMap Generator in Cloud Hosting
Our cloud hosting plans feature a sitemap generator which is a part of our advanced Hepsia Control Panel. The software tool uses the very same user-friendly Hepsia interface, so you will be able to make a sitemap for every one of your domains and subdomains with a few mouse clicks even if you've never had a site before. There're a couple of options, which you will be able to customize - the depth, which shows the total number of levels in the Internet site the sitemap should follow links, the maximum number of links which should be included and what kind of file types will appear on the sitemap. For the latter feature, you'll be able to type or delete selected file extensions, which will be quite helpful in case you have files that are not generic for an Internet site like php or html, but are pdf or mp3 files, for example. This way, your custom site content will be incorporated within the sitemap along with the web pages.