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Google Sitemap Generator

It's not easy to find a Sitemap generator for MKPortal, so I just use phpSitemapNG, which is no good for CMS, Portal, forums and Wiki.



I found xmap for Joomla, which is quite easy to install and configure.




It's quite funny that I have submit a long strange string as sitemap to Google, such as this:

joomla/index.php?option=com_xmap&sitemap=1&view=xml&no_html=1

But it's cool to generator html sitemap, beautifully arrange and most important accurately generated, as bellow:

http://en.dayabook.com/joomla/index.php/site-map

And I found Google Sitemap Xml generator for phpBB forum, which generates separate sitemap for forums and topics. currently it has two version 2.0 and 2.1. But it seems that version 2.1 can only generate forum sitemap, and I got "Incorrect namespace" warnings from Google after submitting topics sitemap.

I check the php code, the author uses

My website structure as follow, I have to look for sitemap generator separately:

index.php

/mkportal (phpSitemapNG)

/phpbb (Google Sitemap Xml generator for phpBB forum)

/joomla (xmap)

/wordpress ()

/wikiwig ()

I hope these information may be helpful.

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