HTML Blog Sitemap WordPress Plugin

html blog sitemap

 

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The HTML Blog Sitemap creates a sitemap, just like the image above, and in use on our own blog so that users can easily navigate through your blog’s categories and posts.

Drill down categories

Each category is displayed as a category heading, followed by any posts directly under that category, and then sub categories, each with their posts.

Clicking on a post, takes the user directly to that blog post, and clicking on a category heading drills down to show only that categories posts and sub categories. In this way, your users can drill down, even if your blog is many “layers” deep.

 

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Install HTML Blog Sitemap WordPress Plugin

WordPress

log into your WordPress admin panel click on “Plugins->add new” and search for “html blog sitemap”

FTP

WordPress Plugins

Rather than FTP, you can:

  • Log into WordPress
  • Download HTML Blog Sitemap WordPress Plugin
  • Click on the Plugins->Add New menu in the side navigation
  • In the Install Plugins screen, click on the “Upload” link.
  • Browse for this file and click on the Install Now button

2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress

3. Go to the plugin’s setting page and select your own country. This step is crucial!!

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Frequently Asked Questions

My blog has multiple top levels, will this wordpress plugin work?

It should work. If not, please contact our support and we’ll see if we can help.

Support

Please use the comment section below for support requests

Changelog

  • 1.0.1 (2014-02-18)

Updates links to new URL and added basic settings page for gratuity link

  • 1.0.0 (2014-01-26)

This is the first version..

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8 Responses to HTML Blog Sitemap WordPress Plugin

  1. I just installed the plugin and like most things about it. Except for the styling. Right now the site has dummy content, but there are categories, sub-categories and posts. Unfortunately , the category titles show up in much smaller font size than the sub-categories and this doesn’t make sense to me. Is there a flaw in the plugin? Or is their a css way to make the heirarchy look more logical? http://awesomescreenshot.com/04c35txwdb

    Thank you for your plugin.

    • Hello Marcia, I will get this taken a look into. As far as I’m aware the plugin applies no styling of its own, it relies on the styling of the theme…

      Like I said, I will check and get back to you soon…

    • Hi Marcia,

      I’ve taken a look at the plugin at the address you gave. As mentioned in our previous reply, HTML blog sitemap does not apply any styling of its own. It deliberately does not apply styling so that the plugin will work according to the theme its being used with.

      Main categories use the h1 header tag, and sub categories use the h2 header tag. It seems that in your theme the h2 is larger than the h1 tag which is why you’re seeing larger sub categories than main category labels.

      Regards,

      John Mc

      • Thanks for taking a look. When I highlight the category title and sub-title, they both show up for me as “body-hyperlinks” and that element has only one styling, and yet it’s displaying totally differently. I’m no ace with css, My theme framework (Headwayj) only uses H1 for post titles AFAIK.

        • Hi Marcia,

          If you take a look at the file

          /wp-content/uploads/headway/cache/general-218da33.css?ver=3.9.1

          and you search for these:

          div.entry-content h1{font-size:20px;line-height:180%;}

          and

          div.entry-content h2{font-family:Poiret One;font-size:30px;line-height:140%;color:#7C1616;font-style:normal;font-weight:bold}

          You will see that the h2 is using a size of 30px vz 20px for h1…

          I have played around with those values in Google Chrome dev tools and if I switch h1 to 35px and h2 to 20px it looks better:

          screen shot

          Maybe you can try changing those settings in the actual css file and then make sure that it doesn’t mess with the rest of the site.

          Please do let us know here whatever the result. We’d like to help get it working correctly for you…

          Regards,

          John Mc

  2. Hi, I love your plugin…but I think it has a little error.

    If I have a post that belongs to two categories , its only shown in the first category but in the second one too.

    Do you have a solution for that ?

    • Hello Adrian,

      Thank you for your kind comment!

      I am the plugin developer (for this and “country code failed login”). I will take a look into this and post back here as soon as I have a solution!

      Regards,

      John

    • Hello Adrian,

      I have updated this plugin to version 1.0.2. Please update it from your WordPress plugins page and see if this minor update solves your problem…

      Regards,

      John

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