Add a sitemap on one any of your page using the simple shortcode [wp_sitemap_page]. Improve the SEO and navigation of your website.
I appreciate that all I had to do was install & activate the plugin & then create a new page with just one shortcode on it. I also was glad I could customize exactly how links to posts are displayed (with HTML) and which pages & custom post types I could include or exclude. Grouping posts by category is also a nice idea.
If one wants to control how links to pages are displayed, you can add or edit CSS classes. The plugin names the elements it generates for your CSS.
As far as I can tell, if you want a sitemap of your posts, it's fine; if you want a site map of your pages and have them show up a particular way, it will inspire you (but I'll edit the results).
The plugin is great to show your web contents at a glance.
If you would like to see how we have used it on this SEO and Social Media software site, I welcome you to visit the homepage: http://theseosystem.com
We have placed a link to our WP Sitemap page in the footer called "Site Contents At A Glance".
This is why this is such a simple strong plugin. Often, people want to see everything on your site in one place. The WP Sitemap Page plugin is perfect for that.
Installation of this plugin is very straightforward. The two issues listed above are noteworthy and can be fixed. First, the word Category is spelled "Categorie". To fix this, modify the file wp-sitemap-page.php which is the plugin directory. The fact that the homepage is not listed is not an issue for us since there are links to the homepage in several places. But, if you want, you can probably add it to the same file.
Hope this brief review helps some of you out there.
Works simply and easily, just as described. The only nitpick I've got is that "Post by categorie" should be "Post by category". Fix that and I'll give it five stars.
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