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Simple Sitemap

HTML sitemap to display content as a single linked list of posts and pages, or as groups sorted by taxonomy (via a drop-down box).

11 reviews
Average Rating
4.8 out of 5 stars
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Thank you
By , for WP 4.1.1

Very nice and easy use plugin. Just not translantion ready (Headers for Pages and Posts are in English, otherwise... nice work. Thank you

Super Great Sitemap Plugin
By ,

We use this plugin on each of our websites. This is the most simple to use and easy out of the box sitemap plugin out there.

You can even see an example of it on our own website.


By , for WP 4.0

Straight out the box. No settings needed, and my site is huge. oo er.

Good Plugin
By , for WP 4.0

Its good Plugin for the Html site Map.

Nice and easy plugin
By , for WP 4.0

I am now using the plugin and it works.


I have translated the words "Pages" and "Post" into German "Seiten" and "Artikel" in the file simple-sitemap.php.

I would appreciate the possibility to edit by categories and chronologically.

Thank you


Great plug in - just works
By , for WP 3.8.2

Thanks - wanted a site map for users to understand the page structure. Now they can see the layout.
Easy to install and configure.

By , for WP 3.8.1

Works perfect right out of the box. Bam! It's done.

By , for WP 3.8.1

Easy to implement woth a shortcode. Different sort orders and ID exclusion option. Great, thank you.

Keeps getting better
By ,

A year ago I had rated this as a 4, but now it's definitely a 5! The author took my feature suggestions into consideration and coded them into the plugin, making it super easy to use without any need for plugin customizing anymore. I use this plugin on all of my sites, and I'm a very happy user. :) Thank you!

easy to use, looks good
By , for WP 3.5.1

This plugin was a snap to use. I like the fact that it enables different sort orders. If it weren't advertised as Simple, I would ask for a few options, like the option to display Posts or Pages or both, and the option to disable the public-side sort drop-down. But they're not critical.

What kept it from getting 5 stars is the CSS that sets the font size of the list items to 15px and the line height to 1.6em. These values should not be set by the plugin; they should default to the site's list styles. Having the classes in the HTML so that someone can style them differently from other lists is sufficient.

Note Feb 22: See my comment. I updated the rating from 4 stars to 5 stars.

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