HTML sitemap to display content as a single linked list of posts and pages, or as groups sorted by taxonomy (via a drop-down box).
Update: From v1.6 Custom Post Types Supported!
This is probably the easiest way to add a powerful HTML sitemap to your site!
Unique and intuitive way to display your website content by simply adding a single shortcode [simple-sitemap] to a post, page, or sidebar (via a Text widget). See the Plugin screenshots for examples.
You can now also add the [simple-sitemap] shortcode to a Text widget too! Rendering of the sitemap is now one column so it fits nicely on posts, pages, or your sidebar.
The order and style in which your blog posts and pages are displayed on the screen depends on the dropdown option chosen in Plugin settings. Posts/pages are rendered as a single linked list of titles, or they can be grouped by date, author, category, and tag (each heading acts as a link the the relevant taxonomy type as well).
This gives your visitors an efficient way to view ALL site content in ONE place. It is also great for SEO purposes and makes it easier for spiders to index your site.
Available sorting options for pages are:
and for posts:
To display the shortcode on a page, or post (though it's recommended you add it to a page) just add the shortcode [simple-sitemap]. Then, simply publish the page and you will now have a sitemap enabled on your website.
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See our WordPress development site for more information.
Requires: 2.7 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.0
Last Updated: 2014-8-8
1 of 5 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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