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site map

A hierarchical diagram of the pages on a website, starting with the home page at the top. A site map helps visitors navigate large, complicated sites by showing their entire structure. It is also used as a master diagram of the website for Web designers.

Search Engine Site Maps
A search engine site map, which is a file stored in the public folder of a website, helps search engines index the site better. For example, search engines such as Google, Yahoo and MSN support the Sitemap protocol, which is an XML-based description of the URLs for each page on the site. For more information, visit www.sitemaps.org. See search engine optimization.
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Prior to signing the contract and when he first saw the site map, it clearly showed that the plot directly overlooked the man-made lake".
There are two fold out site maps at the back which provide at-a-glance locations for vessels, entertainment and food areas and much more.
Higher ed website internal search engines, office directories, and site maps have become reporters and editors' best friends--but also, at the same time, their worst foes.
It also functions as a California pre-plot site map.
The reverse of the poster has a site map, with all the info you need to make June 20 your loudest day out of the year.
Aerial site views, CAD drawings, or photos can be used to create an easy-to-use site map to quickly identify intrusion location.
The site map contains an extensive list of the various topics and groups covered by Wheelchairnet, divided into broad subject groupings.
A new site map and search engine speed up the process of finding helpful information.
Include a site map and add hyperlinks to your major content catagories.
A site map has also been added to assist visitors in accessing information.
Visitors can choose to navigate through this website by taking a tour with "Copy Cat" or by selecting specific topics on the site map.

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