Arclab® Website Link Analyzer

 

XML & TXT Sitemap Generator
Software for Windows PC

 

 

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What is a Sitemap?

A sitemap is a file (document) on your web server, either in XML or text format, that helps search engines like Google to spider your website. The sitemap contains a list of URLs, which should be indexed by the search engines.

 

 

Create XML and Text Sitemaps
for Search Engines

Website Link Analyzer allows you to create sitemaps with ease. First let the program spider your website to find all web pages. The report informs you about critical errors in your website, which needs to be fixed. Click on "Reports" >"Create Sitemap" to create the sitemap in XML or text format. Use the XML format to submit your sitemap to e.g. Google's Webmaster Tools.

XML or txt sitemap

 

 

check  The sitemap is sorted alphabetically in ascending order.

check  The sitemap contains internal pages with content-type: text/html only.

check  The sitemap does not contain duplicate content, e.g. if "/folder/index.html" equals "/folder/", then "/folder/" will be added to the sitemap.

check  Add "Additional Includes" (subdomains or URI's), which are not linked from your normal pages.

check  Use the "Exclude URI" or "Blacklist URI" feature to exclude parts of your website from the sitemap.

Create Sitemaps with Website Link Analyzer

Analyze and optimize your website for search engines (SEO), create sitemaps in text/XML format, scan for broken links and other problems.
Software for Windows PC - Unlimited checks - No subscriptions - No recurring fees

 

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Text (.txt) Sitemap Format

The text sitemap should be saved to your website root folder with the name "urllist.txt" and contains one URI per line.
(The file will be created by the program - you don't need to create it by hand.)

 

Sample urllist.txt:

https://www.yourdomain.tld/
https://www.yourdomain.tld/en/
...

XML (.xml) Sitemap Format

The XML sitemap should be saved to your website root folder with the name "sitemap.xml".
(The file will be created by the program - you don't need to create it by hand.)

 

Sample sitemap.xml:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<urlset xmlns="http://www.sitemaps.org/schemas/sitemap/0.9">
<url>
<loc>https://www.yourdomain.tld/</loc>
</url>
<url>
<loc>https://www.yourdomain.tld/en/</loc>
</url>
...
</urlset>