A sitemap is a specific file which contains a short list of all webpages on a certain website. It allows both visitors and search engines to discover content much easier, so it will boost the success of every Internet site. If visitors are searching for a certain page, the sitemap will help them to find it and the upgraded user experience raises the likelihood for them to come back to the site later or to recommend it to other people. Search engines also look for a sitemap on every Internet site they crawl as this type of a file permits them to index the site content better and to monitor changes on various web pages that will later be displayed in the search results, thus a sitemap can increase the ranking of a particular site. Since the amount of websites keeps growing every single day, having a sitemap is vital if you want your website to be more successful.

SiteMap Generator in Shared Hosting

If you host your websites in a shared hosting account from our company, you'll have a really intuitive sitemap generator readily available. The tool can be accessed via the Hepsia Control Panel and it will allow you to pick any of your domains or subdomains, so the sitemap file will be created in the website directory where you want it. The simple interface will enable you to choose the overall number of links that should be indexed and how deep the indexing has to go. As a more complex feature, you can also choose the file extensions that should be included within the sitemap - you may use the default ones that include all most widespread extensions a site uses for example php, html, etcetera, however in case your website includes more diverse content, you can also enter or delete an extension before you generate the sitemap for a certain website.

SiteMap Generator in Dedicated Hosting

In case you buy a dedicated server from our firm and it is set up with our in-house made Hepsia hosting Control Panel, you will have a very user-friendly sitemap generator that will allow you to create a sitemap for each Internet site hosted on the server in a matter of seconds. The point-and-click interface will allow you to choose the overall number of links that our system needs to crawl and how many levels deep the links have to be followed through the web pages, which means that you'll be able to choose how detailed the sitemap will be. You could also include custom file extensions in addition to the standard webpage ones and / or to remove any one of the latter to customize the sitemap even more. The last option will be very convenient in case you want particular content that is not ordinarily included in a website to be available on the sitemap, so certain files shall be indexed better by search engines.