With SiteTree you can add to your WordPress website...
A Google Sitemap
It's a dynamic and human-readable XML Sitemap that SiteTree can build starting from whatever* kind of WordPress Post Type.
The Google Sitemap generated by SiteTree supports the inclusion of images' links and captions for posts, pages and custom posts* that have images attached.
A Site Tree
It's a self-updating HTML5 Site Map that SiteTree lets you set up and customise in no time to create a plain collection of posts for a blog, a hierarchical list of pages for a business website, an index of recipes for a cooking blog or any sort of human-visible listing you need for your WordPress website.
Why upgrade to SiteTree Pro?
Custom Post Types Support
Custom posts are no strangers to SiteTree Pro: dedicated controls appear in the settings screens as soon as custom post types are detected, making their listing in the sitemaps a doddle.
Pinging of Search Engines
SiteTree Pro is able to inform Google, Bing and Yahoo! of the need to re-crawl the Google Sitemap by sending pings both upon request and automatically when new web pages are published.
Packaged with five timely-triggered Action Hooks, SiteTree Pro lets you reach a greater degree of control over the content of the sitemaps compared to its little brother SiteTree.
An overview of the common features:
From the 'SiteTree Dashboard' you can enable or disable the Google Sitemap, choose in which page the Site Tree must be shown, manually rebuild the sitemaps and have information about the building process and the ping events (SiteTree Pro).
You can customise both sitemaps from WordPress-like settings pages, without writing any code.
In Depth Control Over the Google Sitemap's Metadata
From the editor screen of WordPress you can set the 'Priority' and the 'Update Frequency' for each post or page listed in the Google Sitemap.
Selective Exclusion of Web Pages
If you want to exclude a web page from one of the sitemaps, SiteTree lets you do it for each post or page directly from the editor screen of WordPress, leaving up to you the choice of adding or not to the 'robots.txt' file generated by WordPress a
Disallow:rule for each web page excluded from the Google Sitemap.
Almost always, SiteTree serves to the client a cached version of the sitemaps, updating them only if need be or when the user requests their rebuilding.
SiteTree and SiteTree Pro are both bilingual plugins, as much English-speaking as fluent in Italian.
You can update SiteTree Pro just like you would do for its public version hosted on WordPress.org: with one click from within your administration area.
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