A sitemap is a specific file which features an index of all the webpages on a certain website. It allows both visitors and search engines to discover content much easier, so it will boost the success of any kind of site. If visitors are trying to find a particular page, the sitemap will help them to locate it and the enhanced user experience raises the chance for them to come back to the website afterwards or to recommend it to other people. Search engines also look for a sitemap on every site they crawl as such a file enables them to index the content better and to monitor changes on various web pages that will later be displayed in the search engine results, thus a sitemap can raise the ranking of a certain website. Considering the fact that the amount of websites keeps growing daily, using a sitemap is recommened if you want your site to be more popular.

SiteMap Generator in Hosting

The Hepsia Control Panel that we provide with our hosting plans has a built-in sitemap generator software instrument that will enable you to create a sitemap for any website hosted in the account with only a couple of clicks. The tool features an extremely intuitive point-and-click interface which comes with several options depending on how detailed you would like the sitemap to be. You can pick the depth and the highest number of links to be indexed. If you offer miscellaneous content on your site, you can also add and remove specific file extensions, which allows specific file types to be included or excluded from the sitemap. A drop-down menu will enable you to pick every domain or subdomain hosted within the account, so the sitemap file will be created right where it is needed and you won't have to do a thing manually.

SiteMap Generator in Semi-dedicated Servers

Since our semi-dedicated server solutions come with a sitemap generator included in the Hepsia Control Panel that is provided with the accounts, you could create a sitemap for each domain or subdomain hosted in a semi-dedicated account with only a couple of clicks. The instrument is very simple to use and even if you have no prior experience with Internet sites, you will be able to create a sitemap and get all the advantages that such a file will give your website. You will find several customizable options - the depth, or the total number of links the tool should follow through the webpages, the maximum number of links that have to be followed and included, as well as the file types that need to be indexed. The latter option is rather handy if your website includes custom content and not just standard web pages with text and pictures, for instance downloadable items and script files with specific extensions.

SiteMap Generator in VPS Servers

If you host your Internet sites on a VPS server from our company and you've picked Hepsia as the web hosting Control Panel, you will be able to make a sitemap for each and every site hosted on the server through the automated generator which is a part of Hepsia. The tool features an intuitive user interface, so you will simply need to click a couple of drop-down menus and you won't need any advanced skills. The options you can choose are how deep down the webpages the generator has to follow links inside the Internet site, what amount of links need to be included altogether and what file extensions to be indexed. With the second option you could modify the sitemap to include certain file types by typing or deleting extensions, so in case you provide tailor-made content that is not ordinarily a part of a site and you want it to be present on the sitemap, you can include it without difficulty.

SiteMap Generator in Dedicated Servers

If you buy a dedicated server from our company and it is set up with our tailor-made Hepsia hosting Control Panel, you'll have a very user-friendly sitemap generator that will permit you to make a sitemap for each and every website hosted on the server in a matter of seconds. The point-and-click interface will allow you to pick 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, so you can choose how detailed the sitemap will be. You'll also be able to include custom file extensions in addition to the standard webpage ones and / or to remove any of the latter to customize the sitemap even more. The last option will be very helpful if you want certain content which is not usually part of a website to be present on the sitemap, so certain files shall be indexed better by search engines.