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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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Upload and submit the XML sitemap for your new site (Dashboard>Crawl>Sitemaps>Add/Test Sitemap).
Actually, why save it for later, make the Sitemap in accordance with the Wireframe, since it is an essential deliverable that defines the information architecture of your application or website.
In our example, based on the sitemap the algorithm can find out that there does not exist a hyperlink from page D to our page X.
By consulting analytics to rank the most accessed links in the existing website on Drupal, and with feedback from a card sort exercise of faculty representatives during the library's liaison advisory meetings, MarComm proposed a sitemap (see Figure 5).
Mahboob said the app has a feature enabling it to automatically detect the geographical sitemap of the intended location, if the sender fails to send it.
The off-site challenges include creating a video sitemap and submitting it to Google and Bing, for those search engines support the documented standard for video sitemaps, Wilde says.
Google News sitemap: According to Simmonds, every news agency should create a Google News sitemap, which allows the ability to automatically annotate your content with search-friendly metadata like keywords.
At any rate, Google has recommendations for news sites that are experimenting with sponsored content: Publish that content on different host or directory, block it from Google News web crawlers, or create a separate Google News sitemap for news articles.
Selected international market data are housed under the quotes and research section of the website, but are more easily found via the sitemap.
These resources can also be found from the sitemap to make selection easier.
Public profiles are usually discovered when people use search engines, and sitemap information makes it possible for search engines to index these public profiles so that people can find them.
Feature is ensured by an external XML Sitemap Generator (http://www.