A sitemap is a specific file that features a short list of all the webpages on a particular Internet site. It enables both visitors and search engines to find content faster and easier, so it can boost the success of any Internet site. If visitors are searching for a certain webpage, the sitemap will help them to find it and the improved user experience raises the likelihood for them to revisit this Internet site later or to recommend it to other people. Search engines also look for a sitemap on every site they crawl since this type of a file makes it possible to index the content better and to keep track of modifications on various pages which will later be shown in the search engine results, thus a sitemap can boost the ranking of a specific Internet site. As the total number of websites keeps increasing every day, using a sitemap is necessary if you'd like your website to be more successful.
SiteMap Generator in Shared Hosting
In case you host your sites in a shared hosting account from our firm, you will have a really intuitive sitemap generator at your disposal. The tool can be accessed through the Hepsia Control Panel and it will enable you to pick any one of your domains or subdomains, so the sitemap file will be made in the site directory where you need it. The simple user interface will allow you to choose the overall number of links that need to be indexed and how deep the indexing has to go. As a more complex function, you can even choose the file extensions that have to be included in the sitemap - you could use the standard ones which include all most widespread extensions a site uses such as php, html, etc, but in case your Internet site features more diverse content, you can also enter or delete an extension before you make the sitemap for a given site.
SiteMap Generator in Semi-dedicated Hosting
The Hepsia Control Panel that comes with our semi-dedicated hosting plans includes a sitemap generator that is very simple to use. The point-and-click interface will permit you to generate a sitemap for each and every website accommodated within the account with ease even in case you have no previous experience, so you can have a search engine friendly sitemap right away. You will be able to select what number of links will be included and how many levels down the pages these links will follow, so it is your choice how detailed the sitemap shall be. In case you offer custom content, you can also add any kind of file extension present on the Internet site and if needed, to remove extensions from the default ones. This way you'll be able to make an entirely customizable sitemap that will match your specific requirements in terms of what exactly it should include.
SiteMap Generator in VPS Web Hosting
In case you decide to host your Internet sites on a virtual private server with our Hepsia Control Panel, you shall be able to make a sitemap for any of them effortlessly with the sitemap generator that we have included in Hepsia. The software tool has a simple interface and makes an XML file which is the best format for search engines. It will enable you to choose the domain or subdomain where your sitemap needs to be and will place the file within the selected folder automatically. Before the sitemap is generated, you will be able to select how many levels of links need to be followed through your internet pages, how many total links need to be included and what extensions have to be indexed. The last option allows you to individualize the sitemap better as you can choose just certain file types to be present, that will bring into focus for visitors and search engines certain content and not standard webpages.
SiteMap Generator in Dedicated Servers Hosting
In case you purchase a dedicated server from our company and it is set up with our tailor-made Hepsia hosting Control Panel, you will have a very user-friendly sitemap generator that will enable you to make a sitemap for every site hosted on the server within seconds. The point-and-click interface will allow you to choose the total number of links which our system should crawl and how many levels deep the links need to be followed through the web pages, which means that you'll be able to 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 each of the latter in order to customize the sitemap even more. The last option will be very useful if you want certain content that is not usually a part of a site to be present on the sitemap, so certain files will be indexed better by search engines.