Adds an HTML (Not XML) sitemap of your blog pages (not posts) by entering the shortcode [html_sitemap], perfect for those who use WordPress as a CMS.
Exactly what I was looking for. Just a simple lightweight and unobtrusive plugin that does exactly what it says it does. AWESOME.
I use this plugin on my accountancy help page for pages, posts, and post categories. However I wish it could also do sitemaps for portfolio items and also events. Hopefully the author can add these in for future releases.
It was so frustrating to use some HTML sitemap plugins - but not this one. It was simple to use, and the shortcodes make it easy to exclude certain pages that any novice WordPress user can do it by following the simple directions.
I highly recommend this plugin. We use the plugin on bankruptcycentre.com.au and it works a treat.
The website transitioned from HTML to WordPress, and in the process we tried multple HTML sitemap plugins. In the time it took to install and uninstall the useless one's wecould have manually created one. I 'm glad we tried this plugin though as it is extremely compact and easy to use.
I use this plugin all the time very simple to get started and do provides a clean look to any new users who want to see a demo i have it on my new site if you want you can check it out.
Again thanks such awesome plugin :)
I wanted to rate this as a 5 because it is so easy and worked well for me in earlier versions of WordPress. But but I have to give it a 1 because it stopped excluding pages I don't want to show. It doesn't seem to be recognizing the WP page ID numbers in the exclude string. I hope this can be fixed for WP 3.8.1+
A simple but great plugin to automatically maintain a dynamic site map. add or delete a page and your map is updated. Improves SEO and site usability.
Which is what's needed.
+1 for no settings screens, options etc.
Nice interface to wp_list_pages.
Very clean and couldn't be easier to use; can easily style with CSS if needed. If you want to display posts as well as pages, consider Simple Sitemap. http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/simple-sitemap/
I love this HTML page site-map. Just install the plug-in and put [html_sitemap] on the page where you want the alphabetical user friendly site-map will appear. Great simple tool and easy to implement.
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