SiteTree empowers your WordPress website or blog with feature-rich Google Sitemap and Archive Page.
What's new in SiteTree 1.5 →
Requires WordPress 3.3 or later
HTML5 Compliant Archive Page
Improve the user experience of your website with a user-friendly Site Map or add a customisable Archive Page to your blog to let your readers find out your best content.
To add a human-readable (XML coded) Sitemap to your WordPress site is as easy as clicking on a button in the SiteTree Dashboard. With images support, automatic ping and more.
Set it up and leave it go. SiteTree has been developed to work on its own — it’ll update both your Sitemap and your Archive only when needed. In your SiteTree Dashboard you’ll find all the most relevant information about the rebuilding process.
WordPress Built-in Content Types
SiteTree supports all kind of WordPress built-in content: Posts, Pages, Categories and Tags. Choose what to include in your Sitemap and your Archive directly from your administration area.
Meta-options available in the new/edit screen let you choose for each post (or page) whether or not to exclude it from your Sitemap or your Archive and to set its priority and update frequency.
WordPress Multisite Support
The smooth integration with MU environments enables you to install the plugin network wide or just on specific sites and to setup for each site its own customised Sitemap and Archive Page.
Caching and Scheduling
Fully integrated into the caching and cron systems of WordPress: object and database caching, as well as event scheduling, are all technologies extensively used to keep low the server’s resources usage.
Customise your Sitemap and your Archive according to your needs: group posts by date or category, show the avatar and the biographical information of your authors, … all from a WordPress-like administration area.