A sitemap gives you an easy overview over your website. It is very useful if you e.g. have a large website, many unconnected (sub)pages on your website or if you want search engines like Google to recognize and read it more effectively. A sitemap provides links for each of your (sub)pages. That way, a new website will be easier to find when searching for it on Google (Figure 1.1).

Figure 1.1 Viewing the sitemap in frontend

To create a sitemap

  • Select a page to add it to
  • Create a new paragraph
  • Attach the sitemap app to it

This gives you access to the app settings (Figure 2.1).

Figure 2.1 The app settings for the sitemap app

Using the settings, you can control the app behavior:

  • Select what to create a sitemap from; the current website, a specific website, or the subpages of a particular page
  • Select a start level and an end level
  • Check includes all pages if you want all pages on your website to show on the sitemap
  • Select an XSLT template for rendering the sitemap 

If you want to differentiate how a particular level is rendered, check the alternative stylesheet checkbox – this provides you with the following options for levels 1-5 (Figure 3.1):

Figure 3.1 Modifying the stylesheet in "Alternative Stylesheet"
  • Bullet: Change the icon next to the pages in the sitemap. Either choose an icon from the dropdown or upload one using the upload manager.
  • Font, Font size, Font Color: Customize the font, font size, and font color. You can insert a hexadecimal value manually or choose from the color palette.
  • Bold: If checked, the text is displayed in bold.


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