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Generate a XML sitemap for a given URL. This class crawls any given website to create an XML sitemap for the domain.
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PHP XML Sitemap Generator

Generate a XML sitemap for a given URL. This class crawls any given website to create an XML sitemap for the domain.

Installation

Installation is available via Composer/Packagist, you can add the following line to your composer.json file:

"adamb/sitemap": "^1.0"

or

composer require adamb/sitemap

Usage

Example of usage can be found below:


// Method 1
$sitemap = new Sitemap\Sitemap('http://www.yourwebsite.co.uk');
$sitemap->createSitemap(); // Returns true if sitemap created else will return false


// Method 2
$sitemap = new Sitemap\Sitemap();
$sitemap->setDomain('http://www.yourwebsite.co.uk');
$sitemap->createSitemap(); // Returns true if sitemap created else will return false

Change file creation location

By default the sitemap.xml file is created in the document root but this can be altered using the following method.


$sitemap = new Sitemap\Sitemap('http://www.yourwebsite.co.uk');

// This should be an absolute path
$sitemap->setFilePath($_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'].'sitemaps/');

// or

$sitemap->setFilePath('C:\Inetpub\mywebsite.co.uk\httpdocs\sitemaps\\');

$sitemap->createSitemap();

Sitemap creation options

By default the sitemap creates a XSL stylesheet along with the sitemap. You can also change the level of the link to include in the sitemap (e.g. Only include links within 3 clicks of the homepage) and also change the filename of the sitemap on creation.


// To not include the XSL stylesheet set the first value to false when calling createSitemap();
$sitemap->createSitemap(false);

// To only include links within 3 click set the second value to 3
$sitemap->createSitemap(true, 3);

// To change the filename set the third value to your filename (excluding extension)
$sitemap->createSitemap(true, 5, 'mysitemapfile');
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