[resolved] Multi-subdirectory sitemap? (8 posts)

  1. jeeverett
    Posted 5 years ago #

    I'm running WordPress 3.0.1 with subdirectories (about 40 subdirectories so far), and am trying to find a method for automatically generating a sitemap (on a page) which includes all posts and pages for all subdirectories. Does anyone know of any plugin or plugin hack that might work for this?

  2. Simon Wheatley
    Code for the People
    Posted 5 years ago #

    Have you had any luck finding a solution for this?

  3. jeeverett
    Posted 5 years ago #

    I've been continuing to search for an answer to this, with no luck. The two plugins mentioned above *do* work to generate an XML sitemap that includes all the (now 90+) subdirectories, but I need to display the sitemap on a wordpress page, rather than just create an XML sitemap.

    I haven't had any luck in accomplishing this. :( All of the plugins I've seen that actually display the sitemap on a wordpress page only include the sitemap of the individual subdirectory. Has anyone come across a plugin that might work for this? :)

  4. Are you looking for just a list of all the blogs on your network install?

  5. jeeverett
    Posted 5 years ago #

    Yeah, that would be just fine. I basically just need a dynamically-generated 'hot' (hyperlinked) list of all the various blogs on the network to display on a page or post on a specific (generic) blog in the network. I don't really need a full sitemap for each, although that would be fine too. Any suggestions? :)

  6. http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/blog-topics/
    This lets you categorize blogs and, I THINK, show a list of all of them

    If not, this one claims to list all your blogs.

    This function is deprecated but still works... for now. It's pretty resource intensive so I wouldn't consider it for large sites.

  7. jeeverett
    Posted 5 years ago #

    Excellent, I think diamond-multisite-widgets just might do the trick! Thank you for the help!

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