Free Mobile Sitemap

Suitable for small sites or for setting up initial search engine indexing.

The free plan allows you to run up to 3 generation requests per day.

Features:

✔ Basic set-up options  
✔ Crawl up to 500 URLs

Switch to:

Static Pro XML Sitemap $2.50/One-off
✔ Up to 1m URLs   ✔ Full set-up   ✔ No updates

Dynamic XML Sitemap from $4.00/Mo
✔ Up to ∞ URLs   ✔ Full set-up   ✔ Auto updates

Generate Free Sitemap Online

Note: Only WAP and iMode websites is indexed. Otherwise regular XML Sitemap used.

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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.

Crawler Settings

Turbo mode through proxy servers Crawling intensity: Crawler mode and identify: Browser language: Limit crawl time: Limit number of URLs: Limit page-level depth:

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 Handle canonicalization tags and exclude non-canonical pages Crawl HTML forms Crawl framed content Handle AJAX interactions for hashbang URLs Handle javascript Reject URLs that don't comply with RFC 1738 Reject URLs with abnormal structure and potential loading issues

Generation Settings

Include Priority, use website structure Include Lastmod Calculate Changefreq from Expires & Cache-Control Headers Create Sitemaps Index File (for several files) Create or renew robots.txt Break Sitemap Into Parts: URL

Exclude or customize URLs

In the match pattern, you can use any substring and the wildcard *, which means any sequence of characters. For example: *.jpg or /uploads


 

What is a Mobile Sitemap?
Mobile Sitemap is an XML file designed to send Google a listing of web pages based on the WAP and iMode content. This type of sitemap uses the extra XML namespace proposed by Google.
What is WAP and iMode?
These are outdated technologies for adapting Internet content for display on mobile phones. Today, WAP and iMode are used extremely rarely because mobile device capabilities have improved over time, mobile Internet speed has increased significantly, and mobile browsers have begun to fully support HTML markup and HTTP protocol.