Simple Site Map Page can be used to build a HTML site map page easily and manually.
It uses WordPress native menus manager so you can customize your site map yourself, and it’s translation ready (Polylang, WPML and others).
Native WP menu manager is good to choose exactly what must be displayed or not in the site map, e.g if you want to prevent visitors to access private parts of your website.
If you use custom links with
# target, ce plugin will automatically remove the link and replace it with a
<span> element. It can be usefull to create unlinked virtual pages to structure your sitemap.
- Jean-Baptiste Audras, project manager at Whodunit and WordPress developer. @audrasjb on Twitter or Github.
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- Install the plugin and activate.
- Go to Reading options to select the sitemap page.
- Go to Appearance > Menus to build your site map and register it under “Site map” location.
- Done! The site map will be displayed under the page main content.
My site map doesn’t appear on the selected page 🙁
After selecting your site map page in reading options, you have to build a new menu in Appearance > Menus and register it under the “Site map” location. See the screenshots provided for visual indications.
How to setup virtual pages without link?
Use custom link and the target / URL
#. It will be automatically converted into simple
<span>element instead of
Can I use custom CSS styles?
Sure! The site map list markup is wrapped with
<div class="menu-site-map-menu-container"><ul id="menu-site-map-menu" class="ssmp simple-site-map"> … </ul></div>so you can customize it quite easily.
Contributors & Developers
“Simple Site Map Page” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
“Simple Site Map Page” has been translated into 2 locales. Thank you to the translators for their contributions.
Translate “Simple Site Map Page” into your language.
Interested in development?
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Fix hook priority order. Props to Virginie Garnier for spotting the issue <3
- Small fix on Polylang compatibility. Props @bastienmartinent.
- Polylang compatibility
- Gutenberg compatibility
- Internationalization bug fix.
- Plugin initial commit. Works fine 🙂