A sitemap is a specific file which contains a short list of all the web pages on a given Internet site. It enables both visitors and search engines to find content much easier, so it will boost the success of every site. When visitors are interested in a certain page, the sitemap will help them to find it and the enhanced user experience raises the chance for them to come back to this site later or to recommend it to other people. Search engines also search for a sitemap on every single website they crawl because this type of a file makes it possible to index the website content better and to monitor modifications on various pages that will later be shown in the search results, thus a sitemap can increase the ranking of a particular site. As the amount of websites keeps rising daily, using a sitemap is recommened if you would like your website to be more successful.
SiteMap Generator in Hosting
If you would like to have a sitemap, but you do not have a lot of experience with sites as a whole, you will be able to use the sitemap generator which we offer with our hosting
plans. As part of the Hepsia Control Panel, the software tool shares the very same basic and easy-to-navigate interface, so it will take you several clicks to make a detailed sitemap that will be search engine friendly. The generator enables you to pick the highest number of links the sitemap has to include along with how many levels down the pages these links should go. You can also select what file extensions to be included, so in case you offer specific website content such as music, e-books or some documents, you could type their extensions before you create the sitemap and our software instrument will include them along with the standard webpages.
SiteMap Generator in VPS Servers
If you decide to host your sites on a VPS server
with our Hepsia Control Panel, you shall be able to create a sitemap for each of them without difficulty with the sitemap generator that we've included in Hepsia. The tool has an uncomplicated interface and creates an XML file which is the proper format for search engines. It will allow you to pick the domain or subdomain where your sitemap needs to be and will place the file in the selected folder automatically. Before the sitemap is created, you will be able to choose how many levels of links have to be followed through your web pages, how many total links have to be included and what type of extensions should be indexed. The last option will allow you to individualize the sitemap better because you will be able to choose only certain file types to be present, that will bring into focus for site visitors and search engines specific content and not standard webpages.