[wp-hackers] sitemap issues
sebastien at hoosta.com
Thu May 7 14:51:31 GMT 2009
Well, maybe you could modify the Google Sitemap Generator plugin to
automatically generate a sitemap with all your static pages ?
I think it's a good solution if you don't want to start your own
plugin from nothing.
Le 7 mai 09 à 10:17, Mayur Somani a écrit :
> As I said, one such plugin already exists, that is, google sitemap
> generator. However adding each page manually is not practical since
> number of pages in static part of site is too large.
> There are some third party sitemap generators, but I am not sure
> they'll crawl the wordpress part of the site as well. I am half way
> their documentation.
> Still, it would be great if any such solution existed for wordpress :(
> On Thu, May 7, 2009 at 1:41 PM, Simon Wheatley
> <simon at sweetinteraction.com>wrote:
>> On Thu, May 7, 2009 at 9:08 AM, Mayur Somani <somani.mayur at gmail.com>
>>> Yes, I am aware of all these plugins but all of these plugins work
>>> wordpress part of the site.
>>> The google sitemap generator plugin does allows to add external
>>> if the number of static pages is large, this solution is not
>>> I am very good at google hacking but didn't find any good solution
>>> to the
>> A plugin could be written which allowed you to add the static pages
>> manually, and which auto-generated the WP pages... however I am not
>> aware of one existing at the moment. You'd need to understand WP and
>> be able to code PHP to do this though, so it may not be an convenient
>> solution for you. Alternatively, as Lynne suggested, your solution
>> be (gasp) outside of WordPress.
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