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gatsby-plugin-advanced-sitemap

The default Gatsby sitemap plugin generates a simple blob of raw XML for all your pages. This advanced sitemap plugin adds more power and configuration, generating a single or multiple sitemaps with full XSL templates to make them neatly organised and human + machine readable, as well linking image resources to encourage media indexing.

Demo: https://gatsby.ghost.org/sitemap.xml

 

example

NOTE: This plugin only generates output in production mode! To test, run: gatsby build && gatsby serve

 

Install

npm install --save gatsby-plugin-advanced-sitemap

How to Use

By default this plugin will generate a single sitemap of all pages on your site, without any configuration needed.

// gatsby-config.js

siteMetadata: {
    siteUrl: `https://www.example.com`,
},
plugins: [
    `gatsby-plugin-advanced-sitemap`
]

 

Options

If you want to generate advanced, individually organised sitemaps based on your data, you can do so by passing in a query and config. The example below uses Ghost, but this should work with any data source - including Pages, Markdown, Contentful, etc.

Example:

// gatsby-config.js

plugins: [
    {
        resolve: `gatsby-plugin-advanced-sitemap`,
        options: {
             // 1 query for each data type
            query: `
            {
                allGhostPost {
                    edges {
                        node {
                            id
                            slug
                            updated_at
                            feature_image
                        }
                    }
                }
                allGhostPage {
                    edges {
                        node {
                            id
                            slug
                            updated_at
                            feature_image
                        }
                    }
                }
                allGhostTag {
                    edges {
                        node {
                            id
                            slug
                            feature_image
                        }
                    }
                }
                allGhostAuthor {
                    edges {
                        node {
                            id
                            slug
                            profile_image
                        }
                    }
                }
            }`,
            mapping: {
                // Each data type can be mapped to a predefined sitemap
                // Routes can be grouped in one of: posts, tags, authors, pages, or a custom name
                // The default sitemap - if none is passed - will be pages
                allGhostPost: {
                    sitemap: `posts`,
                },
                allGhostTag: {
                    sitemap: `tags`,
                },
                allGhostAuthor: {
                    sitemap: `authors`,
                },
                allGhostPage: {
                    sitemap: `pages`,
                },
            },
            exclude: [
                `/dev-404-page`,
                `/404`,
                `/404.html`,
                `/offline-plugin-app-shell-fallback`,
                `/my-excluded-page`,
                /(\/)?hash-\S*/, // you can also pass valid RegExp to exclude internal tags for example
            ],
            createLinkInHead: true, // optional: create a link in the `<head>` of your site
            addUncaughtPages: true, // optional: will fill up pages that are not caught by queries and mapping and list them under `sitemap-pages.xml`
        }
    }
]

Example output of ☝️ this exact config 👉 https://gatsby.ghost.org/sitemap.xml

 

Copyright & License

Copyright (c) 2019 Ghost Foundation - Released under the MIT license.

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