Free HTML Sitemap

Suitable for small sites.

In the free version, only 3 running request per day is allowed.

Features:

Basic set-up options

Crawl up to 500 URLs

Static Pro HTML Sitemap $2.50/One-off
1m URLs   Full set-up   No updates

Automatic HTML Sitemap from $4.00/Mo
25k … ∞ URLs   Full set-up   Auto updates

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For example: http://website.tld
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Processing settings: General settings are used by default. Click to view or change settings.

Custom Data Source

Our bot is ready to crawl your site to collect the necessary data automatically. Instead, you can import data from a CSV file directly. Load data from a CSV file

Crawler Settings

Turbo mode through proxy servers Average speed/load: Crawler mode and identify: Maximum indexing time:

Crawl Options

Follow the rules set in the robots.txt file Don't crawl content marked as noindex Don't crawl URLs marked as nofollow Follow & consolidate canonical URLs Indexing AJAX (hashbang) Crawl HTML forms Crawl framed content Crawl javascript Reject URLs that don't comply with RFC 1738 Reject URLs that don't comply with Yandex specifications

Generation Settings

Priority HTML tag for link texts: Exclude pages with duplicate headlines File encoding:

Custom URL Exclusion Rules

In the URL pattern, you can use any substring and the wildcard *, which means any sequence of characters. For example: *.jpg or /uploads
Exclude URLs that contain: Remove Filter 

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What is an HTML Sitemap?
HTML Sitemap is a separate web page that lists hyperlinks to the internal pages of the site. Like a table of contents in a regular book, HTML Sitemap allows visitors to quickly find and navigate to sections of their interest and web pages of the site. Just like other web pages, HTML Sitemaps are indexed by search engines.
How to place an HTML Sitemap Page on a website?
Upload the created file to your web server, then place a hyperlink to its URL on your site (for example, in the navigation menu).