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Change Sitemaps Output and Storage Path in Sitemap Builder

When creating HTML sitemaps, XML sitemaps etc. it is important each project can save created sitemaps to unique website directories.
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Edit Sitemap Paths before Creating Sitemaps

Using our sitemapper software, you can control the name and path of all generated sitemap files. This includes HTML sitemaps, RSS feeds and all variations of XML sitemaps:

  1. To edit path for creating XML sitemaps simply select or type another:

    xml sitemap path - step 1

  2. Make sure you have chosen the sitemap file kind you want to make.
    Then, to create the desired sitemap file kind at the path chosen, click the Build button:

    xml sitemap path - step 2

  3. After the XML sitemap has been created, you can verify its location:

    xml sitemap path - step 3


Using Unique Output Paths for Convenience

If you create sitemaps for many websites, it can sometimes be easier to manage if you create a unique output directory for each website.

To support this from inside the software, you can either;
  • Create a project file for each website where you have defined the output storage path.
  • Control the website crawl, sitemap build and sitemap storage process through the command-line interface.

Note: Remember you can save and load project files through the File menu.
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