A Sitemap Maker for WordPress

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SiteTree can produce and maintain up to three kinds of sitemap:

A Site Tree made up of details:

  • Lists reordering.
  • Customise the title of the lists.
  • Hierarchical and flat list styles.
  • Exclude all child pages.
  • Group posts by date, category or author.
  • Order posts by publication date or popularity.
  • Stick featured posts on top.
  • Show an excerpt of user defined length for posts.
  • Show authors' avatar and biographical info.
  • Exclude specific posts and taxonomies.

Why upgrade to SiteTree Pro?

  • More Pinging Info New

    In SiteTree Pro a detailed log of pinging events is always at hand, so that you can investigate about errors, or know which publishing action triggered an automatic ping.

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  • Site Tree Pagination

    User-centric and fine-tuned, the pagination facility built into SiteTree Pro untangles the usability of a medium-to-large Site Tree without overloading the server.

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An overview of the common features:

  • SiteTree Dashboard

    From the SiteTree Dashboard you can control the activation of the sitemaps, choose which types of content to include, know details about the building process, and through a dedicated User Interface element, the Pinging Bubble, information about the latest pinging event are always readily accessible.

  • Code-free Customisation

    You can customise both the Site Tree and the Google Sitemap from WordPress-like settings pages, without writing any code.

  • Custom Post Types Support

    Custom posts are no strangers to SiteTree: dedicated user controls appear in the dashboard as soon as custom post types are detected, making their listing in the sitemaps a doddle.

  • Exclude and Disallow

    If you want to exclude a web page from one of the sitemaps, SiteTree lets you do it directly from the editor screen of WordPress, leaving up to you the choice of whether to add to the 'robots.txt' file generated by WordPress a Disallow rule for each web page excluded from the Google Sitemap.

  • Automated and Upon-request Pinging Updated

    Notifying to Google of the need to re-crawl the Google Sitemap or the News Sitemap is an automated task for SiteTree, but in the context of the Google Sitemap it can be you too, to decide when the pinging must take place. And whenever a ping for the Google Sitemap sets off, there is always a second ping ready to reach Bing.

  • Native Support for the WordPress Super Cache Plugin

    SiteTree is able to automatically update the sitemaps even with the WordPress Super Cache plugin doing the "supercaching" of your website.

  • This is a Ghost Page

    When you tell SiteTree to regard a page as Ghost Page, SiteTree does this: automatically excludes the page from the Site Tree and the Google Sitemap, prevents the WP Super Cache plugin from caching the page and hides the page from crawlers without showing up its path in the 'robots.txt' file. Therefore a Ghost Page is any page with no inbound link that you want to conceal from either well-disposed and bad-tempered robots.

  • Automatically Updated

    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.

A peek at the Dashboard of SiteTree Pro:

The dashboard awaiting for action.
When the sitemaps are active.
The Pinging Bubble.
The Pinging Log.