Add one or multiple HTML sitemaps to your site by using a shortcode, calling a PHP function or using a widget with this flexible and easy to use plugi
WP Site Mapping allows to add a sitemap to your WordPress site using a shortcode, calling a PHP function or using one of the two provided widgets.
Using the shortcode doesn't mean you need to write code. Just press the sitemap button in your visual post editor and all options available for the shortcode will be displayed. Press OK when you are done and the shortcode will be inserted with the appropriate parameters.
Of course you can also add the shortcode yourself using the following syntax:
[showsitemap] for the default sitemap or [showsitemap arg1 arg2...] using the following arguments:
depth: defines how many levels of posts will be shown e.g. depth=1 means that only parent posts will be shown, depth=2 means that parent posts as well as one level of children posts will be displayed.
exclude=1 means that all posts/pages will be displayed in the sitemap except the ones matching one of the defined criteria. If not present, only the posts/pages matching at least one of the defined criteria will be displayed.
grouponly=1 means that only the group names (e.g. category, month, tag) will be diplayed with the post count, but not the posts themselves
post_id: List of post IDs to include or exclude e.g. post_id="32,9-11,33" will include/exclude all posts with the IDs 9, 10, 11, 32 and 33.
cat: List of category IDs to include or exclude e.g. cat="32,11,33" will include/exclude all posts of the categories with the IDs 11, 32 and 33.
tag: List of tag IDs to include or exclude e.g. tag="32,11,33" will include/exclude all posts with the tags with the IDs 11, 32 and 33.
fmt: List of post formats to include or exclude e.g. fmt="post-format-aside,post-format-image"
type: List of post types to include or exclude e.g. type="post,page"
aut: List of post authors to include or exclude e.g. aut="1,2" will include/exclude posts which author is the user with the user ID 1 or 2
group: Defines how entries in the sitemap will be grouped e.g.:
link: defines a template for displaying the link to posts/pages. Note that you need to properly escape the value of this attribute e.g. link="<a title=&quot;%title%&quot; href=&quot;%permalink%&quot;>%title%</a>". You can use the following variables in the template:
But the easiest way to learn how to use the shortcode is to use the dialog displayed when clicking the button in the visual editor. It also is easier to handle escaping when you use the dialog.
If you need to have the sitemap in a sidebar, you should use on the two widgets provided by this plugin.
The first widget is called "Site Map" and will provide you with the same possibilities as the shortcode but in a widget. This widget will show a sitemap in an HTML5 navigation tag (<nav>).
The second widget is called "Menu Site Map" and will allow you to show the entries defined in a navigation menu. Define a menu in Appearance > Menus and select it in this widget to have them displayed.
Requires: 3.9 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.1.8
Last Updated: 10 months ago
Active Installs: 2,000+
0 of 1 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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