Friday, 22 June 2012

How to Add an HTML Sitemap Page on Your Website

Most of time, visitors may visit your blog or website via search engine results. But sometimes they come and leave your blog through the same landing page just after reading your article. More or less, the reason could be that they don't wanna seek more interesting posts by going through each and every post on your site. So readers who visit your blog or website may not tend to find and read posts which make interest to them. However showing related posts under posts and implementing site search are good alternatives though. But what if readers wanted to find out what sort of stuff are on your site from one place?

Simply, a sitemap is a list of pages on your blog or website. It can be either document or a webpage. You can add a simple page with links to all of pages or important pages on your site. So this will be useful for readers visiting your site and they will able to easily navigate on your website and discover interesting articles. Not only readers, but also search engines crawl your site. Adding a HTML sitemap page would be beneficial for search engines as they directly links to other pages to find out links to rest of the pages on your blog or website. So it would help you in the aspect of Search Engine Optimization too.


1. Generate an HTML sitemap for your site using a sitemap generator such as XML-Sitemaps by entering your site URL and save generated HTML sitemap file (sitemap.html).
Note: Beware of free sitemap generators' limitations.

2. Now open your generated HTML sitemap file using a text editor such as notepad in Windows.

3. Copy and paste HTML sitemap file content on your website by creating a new page.


* If you are familiar with HTML language you can customize the look and feel by editing HTML codes on the sitemap HTML file.


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