CDAA Flexible SiteMap

posted by CDAA - 10/20/2009
CDAA Active Since 10/20/2009
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Provides either a heirarchial view or alphabetically filtered (A-Z) listing of all pages on your website. Also automtically creates and updates Google Sitemap on a editable schedule. Customise the presentation using CSS. Module 15897
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CDAA Site Map
The CDAA Flexible SiteMap module is used to provide a sitemap for your DotNetNuke website. Not only is a heirarchial view available but you can also show the Sitemap as an A-Z sorted list of pages with filtering by letter.

Control the styling i.e. fonts, colors, background colors, using the stylesheet. Most importantly, it also creates and updates a Google SiteMap automatically for your website to help your SEO Team. The Google SiteMap is also routinely updated based on the interval you provide. Guidelines on how to submit your Google SiteMap to Google are provided.

Inbuilt user permission control enables the pages shown in either listing type to be only those which are permissible for the current user viewing the website. Pages that can be edited by the logged in user are displayed with an icon. This module was developed and successfully implemented for a high profile project.

For help on your DNN project, please visit cdaa.com.au/dnn.

DNN 7 Support: We are currently testing this module on DNN 7. We will release an update very soon. If you need it now, please let us know through ask a question below.

Browser Tested: IE 6+, Firefox 3+, Opera 10+, Safari 3+
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Listed Features
  1. 1. Show normal Hierarchical SiteMap
  2. 2.Show A-Z Sorted List with filtering options
  3. 3.Automatically create and update Google SiteMap
  4. 4.Update Google sitemap after specified interval of days
  5. 5.Customise the labels used and add your own styles
  6. 6.Only show pages visible to the current user
  7. 7.Shows the pages editable by the current user
  8. 8.Friendly URLs
  9. 9.Ability to show or hide hidden pages
Screenshots

Normal Sitemap

Normal Sitemap Screenshot

A to Z sorted Sitemap

A to Z sorted Sitemap Screenshot

Settings for the Sitemap

Settings for the Sitemap Screenshot
 

FAQs

FAQ's

  • Q: Does the module work with DotNetNuke 6.x?

    A: Yes, it does work with Dotnetnuke 6.x versions.

  • Q: Do this works in a multi language site ? Is it possible to get a trial version ?

    A: CDAA Flexible Sitemap Module doesn't work with multi-language. It is not possible at the moment to download a trial version of this module

  • Q: this module is search engine compliant?

    A: This module is not search compliant right now. But we have planned to include it in our next release.

  • Q: I know you answered an earlier question that you cannot exclude pages the site map, although you planned to add that feature in a later release. DNN does lets you exclude pages from the site map based on the page priority level. ... Does your module work with that feature? If you exlcude it through the DNN Search Engine Site Map admin, would it exclude it from your site map?

    A: The next version of CDAA Flexible Sitemap Module is scheduled to be released by the end of November 2010. The new release will include the ability to include/exclude hidden pages from the menu.

  • Q: Is there a more complete documentation of the module? In what format is generated map file such as the sitemap.xml? In what directory it is saved? How does the application for google maps? Is it possible to map directly report by a panel of google webmaster tools?

    A: (1) Q : Is there a more complete documentation of the module? CDAA Answer : At the moment we don't have a detailed document. We are planning to have that in the next release. (2) Q : In what format is generated map file such as the sitemap.xml? CDAA Answer : True, it is in XML format. (3) Q : In what directory it is saved? How does the application for google maps? Is it possible to map directly report by a panel of google webmaster tools? CDAA Answer : Google SiteMap is created and stored on the website root with the file name SiteMapCDAA<<portalID>>.xml, i.e. if you have installed this module on portal 0, the file name will be SiteMapCDAA0.xml, if it is on portal 1, the file name will be SiteMapCDAA1.xml. You can find these file on website root after it is generated. To submit this sitemap to google, go to : https://www.google.com/webmasters/sitemaps, and register your website and submit the sitemap. If you have already done that once and you want to submit the updated sitemap then go to : https://www.google.com/webmasters/sitemaps/ping?sitemap=[your sitemap url i.e. http://www.test.com/sitemap.xml]

  • Q: Does this module work with DNN 5.3.1 and higher?

    A: Yes, this module is supported in version 5.3.1. It supports version 05.00.00 and higher for Community and Professional Editions.

  • Q: Can we generate sitemap for all teh dynamic content? We have a custom module we created and we would like to be able to add each record to the sitemap even though it is dynamically generated. Is this possible> Thanks

    A: If you are generating dynamic pages, as long as the pages are added to the Tabs table in the database, the sitemap module will display these pages.

  • Q: Can I exclude certain user-visible pages from the site map? E.g. I have a 'Thank you' page after a user submits a form, I do not want this in the site map.

    A: At this stage, the feature to exclude the pages from the sitemap is not available. This will be considered for a future release.

  • Q: Hi, does it works with DNN 5.0.2.1?

    A: Yes, the CDAA Sitemap Module is compatible with DNN 5.2.1

  • Q: I have a main portal with 45 child portals. Will this module create a site map for each child portal separately, e.g., a site map for http://mainsite/childportal1 and another for childportal2?

    A: Yes, that is correct. The CDAA Flexible Sitemap will show pages for the portal where it is located only. For example, When placing the module on mainsite.com you will only see pages for this Portal and not the mainsite.com/childsite Portal. This works both ways and will apply to all Portals.

  • Q: Where can I find the style sheets for this module?

    A: Hello Matthew, The module is designed to use your existing style sheet(s). You are able to enter a Style ID for the module, that can be used to apply your own styles in your Portal or Host style sheet(s). If no ID is entered the existing styles of the page will be inherited. To add a Style ID: In the module settings, please enter an ID into the 'Style ID' field. If you enter 'Sitemaplink' for example this will be the ID assigned to your links. You can then use your skin.css style sheet(s) to apply styles for your links using #Sitemaplink{style here}.

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