If you’ve been around websites a while, you probably know how important it is to generate a WordPress XML sitemap and submit it to Google, Bing, & other webmaster tools. Performing this task for every website you create allows search engines to quickly and accurately index the pages of your site. But what about humans? As visitors to your site, we don’t want to look at a boring and (possibly) confusing XML sitemap of your websites content. We would rather have a clean, organized, layout of all your sites content so we can quickly find what we’re looking for. Some people will tell you that frontend, or non SEO specific sitemaps, are no longer needed and that could very well be the case. Other people might say, but what can it hurt? I’m with the other people. I still like to view sitemaps on a regular basis to see what other information a site might contain that may be difficult to navigate to using the menu. If you’re like me, here’s a getting started guide to creating a nice, organized, frontend WordPress sitemap. To get started, I’m going to create a new page template in my active theme and name it page-sitemap.php. I’m going to add
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