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Surveyor -- HTML sitemaps are lists of URLs, not human-readable titles (labels)

Thread began 2/03/2010 12:04 pm by lisa310206 | Last modified 2/03/2010 2:48 pm by Jimmy Wu | 1117 views | 1 replies |


Surveyor -- HTML sitemaps are lists of URLs, not human-readable titles (labels)

I must be missing something: when I create a sitemap, it simply creates a list of all the pages on the site, using the url as the link text. In the video, the links were the page titles, not the URLs -- URLs obviously aren't any help to a human user, as the HTML sitemap is designed to be.

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Jimmy Wu

If you add the pages manually, then the page title is used. If you create an xml sitemap and then use that to create the html sitemap, then you will have to change the titles manually, since the title information is not stored in the xml sitemap.

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