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Enable the automatic generation of sitemap.xml from existing HTML by specifying a minimal amount of semantic information.
 
Enable the automatic generation of sitemap.xml from existing HTML by specifying a minimal amount of semantic information.
  
Countless sites contain HTML navigation constructs which already detail parts of the information required to build a sitemap file.  Add a way to specify 'priority' and maybe 'changefreq' and enough would be in place for machines to build a sitemap.
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Countless sites contain HTML navigation constructs which already detail parts of the information required to build a sitemap file.  Typically these constructs leverage link elements which conveniently expose an 'href' attribute.  Add a way to specify 'priority' and maybe 'changefreq' and enough would be in place for machines to build a site map.
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Currently the alternative is to either write a site map manually, or supply information to a generator (the said data being disconnected from your site).
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The [http://www.sitemaps.org/protocol.html sitemap] protocol is very simple.
  
 
Per the microformats [[process]]:
 
Per the microformats [[process]]:

Revision as of 11:50, 20 April 2012

<entry-title>Sitemap</entry-title>

Enable the automatic generation of sitemap.xml from existing HTML by specifying a minimal amount of semantic information.

Countless sites contain HTML navigation constructs which already detail parts of the information required to build a sitemap file. Typically these constructs leverage link elements which conveniently expose an 'href' attribute. Add a way to specify 'priority' and maybe 'changefreq' and enough would be in place for machines to build a site map.

Currently the alternative is to either write a site map manually, or supply information to a generator (the said data being disconnected from your site).

The sitemap protocol is very simple.

Per the microformats The microformats process: