Sunday 18 May 2014

HTML sitemap export from Scrutiny

Scrutiny 5.0.9 has just been released. It improves the html sitemap export by adding the option to export the list as a flat list (as before) or a heirarchical list (now the default).

The html export is designed to be pasted into a website's sitemap page. Such a page is usually there to make sure that search engines can find all of the pages on your website.

The heirarchical-style view has been requested because it has other uses.

After scanning the site and displaying the Sitemap in Scrutiny, go to Export > HTML. To switch between flat and heirarchical styles, go to Scrutiny > Preferences > Sitemap.

Here's an extract. It's plain HTML which will obviously pick up the styles from your website stylesheet when added to your site.

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How to generate an XML sitemap using Scrutiny

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Update your XML sitemap by FTP on your server using Scrutiny

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