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.
This simple plugin adds an HTML (Not XML) sitemap of your blog pages (not posts) by entering the shortcode [html_sitemap] in the page content. This simple plugin is configured from the shortcode. Settings include the
offset. You can set essentially everything you can set in the wp_list_pages function.
This plugins is perfect for those who use WordPress as a CMS.
First example shows how to add the sitemap in its simplest form.
Example shortcode will add a sitemap to a page displaying a depth limit of 3 and exclude page ID 708.
[html_sitemap depth=3 exclude=708]
Example shortcode will add a sitemap to a page displaying only children and grandchildren of the current page.
[html_sitemap depth=2 child_of=CURRENT]
Example shortcode will add a sitemap displaying the page modified date with the pages sorted by the menu order number.
[html_sitemap show_date=modified sort_column=menu_order]
Example shortcode excluding multiple pages with ids 708, 1024 and 42.
Please see the Template Documentation for the wp _ list _ pages function for detailed documentation of the available attributes and their values.
Anything you can do with the
wp_list_pages function you should be able to do with this shortcode.
For the latest information visit the website.
html-sitemap still works, the new HTML Sitemap shortcode is
html_sitemap. The dash/hyphen may not get processed correctly if other plugins use the same prefix such as the Syntax Highlighter plugin. read more, and more
Requires: 2.7.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.1.5
Last Updated: 2015-1-11
Active Installs: 30,000+
0 of 1 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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